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HOT TUB & SWIM SPA NEWS


Sundance Spas Appoints Golden Coast As Exclusive UK Distributor


The world’s biggest producer of hot tubs and spas has announced the selection of Golden Coast – Britain’s biggest independent wet leisure company – as its exclusive UK distributor.


Sundance Spas is a premium brand for customers who realise the importance of investing in their health and relaxation. The manufacturer has a strong reputation worldwide for its technological advancement, durability and stylish design. A leading manufacturer in every international market, Sundance Spas will work in close partnership with Golden Coast, developing and expanding its dealer network, to ensure it is equally as prominent in Britain. To achieve this, Golden Coast


will hand-pick the UK’s most committed and capable hot tub and spa specialists. “A premier brand like Sundance warrants dealers who can deliver premier level support,” says Golden Coast Managing Director Jamie Adams. “It’s in the interest of Sundance, Golden Coast and the dealer network itself, that only the most reliable, reputable and aspirational companies should be entrusted with this brand. “And, for those select few, this is a real opportunity to prosper – backed by a full package of support. We are committed to providing our dealers with all the materials they require to succeed: from technical training to marketing materials, including individual Sundance micro sites.


Further still, we will maintain a comprehensive stock of products and parts for


immediate dispatch. “Sundance Spas’ decision to award sole distribution rights to Golden Coast is a major compliment and is an endo rsement of our own reputation for excellent product and dealer support,” says Jamie Adams.


“For those dealers who join us in this venture there is a huge opportunity to grow our businesses and establish Sundance Spas as one of this country’s leading brands.”


Sundance Spas (Golden Coast) 01271 378100 www.sundance-spas.co.uk


The All New Joli From Vita Spa


The spacious yet compact 2 + 2 Joli offers two luxury side by side reclined chairs packed with hydrotherapy from head to toe and an adaptable feature full bench/lounge. The Joli provides 53 jets from 3 pumps and incorporates 15 underwater LED lights, MP3 Music and topside


lit coasters. With its steel frame construction and specially formed hard base, the improved Joli really is the high spec sports car of it class.


Vita Spa UK 01245 477 400 www.vitaspa.co.uk


Catalina Spas Make A Dream Decision


Back in 2007, Catalina introduced the Eurospa range of affordable rotationally moulded spas. The spas were made by Freeflow (later AHS) however in 2012 AHS was acquired by Watkins and although this initially went well, before long they found a number of their products on sale with a different name and at a cut price. When they and their dealers find themselves in competition with the manufacturer/supplier, the situation became untenable. Having always strived to ensure their dealers have a great range of products at competitive pricing that can be sold for a profit, Catalina looked for a replacement range of entry level spas. They had to be made to the highest standards using only quality


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components as it was to be marketed under the Eurospa name. Catalina Spas are now pleased to announce their new models in the Eurospa range that all offer very exciting opportunities. The company have been appointed as exclusive distributor for the Dream Maker™ Poly Tuff™ range of rotationally moulded, high impact, polyethylene polymer spas.


The range of five spas starts from £2,995 up to £3,495 (inc VAT) and vary in size from four to six bathers. All spas are 13 Amp and come with cover, Ozone, 2kW heater and a beautiful patented colour changing waterfall. Made in the USA and built using the finest components that include Balboa controls and Waterways


equipment, these spas are reliable and affordable. Managing Director of Catalina Spas, Stephen Crabb said: “We are delighted to have


been appointed UK


distributor for Dream Maker Poly Tuff garden spas. I believe we were chosen because for over 17 years we have maintained an outstanding reputation in the UK spa and hot tub industry for supply, service and support.” He added: “The five new models will be introduced into the popular and proven Eurospa brand to replace a few of our


older models.” Andrea Layfield, European Division Manager for Dream Maker Spas said: “We are really looking forward to working with Stephen and the team at Catalina to bring our stunning range of affordable spas to the UK market.”


Catalina Spas Ltd 01980 611555 www.catalinaspas.co.uk


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Vita Use New Show As Opportunity To Hold Dealer


Meeting With the new UK Pool & Spa Expo being held at the NEC, Vita Spa UK used the show as the perfect opportunity to hold a dealer meeting followed by a lovely meal in the nearby Woodside Spa Hotel in Kenilworth. The meeting was well attended and the majority of Vita Spa’s dealers were present. Vita Spa prides itself on a different way of working with dealerships and no dealership is too small to voice their opinion. With this in mind the meeting raised some interesting points, which allowed all in attendance to add to what was a very productive event. Vita Spa UK’s Richard Hart said: “I truly believe we have a refreshing approach to our dealers. We hear all the time from dealers that their distributor has let them down in one way or another and that they are never listened too. I’ve never heard it from our dealers. We sit down at our seminars and meetings and allow the audience to set parts of the agenda, we don’t dictate to them.”


Vita Spa UK 01245 477 400 www.vitaspa.co.uk


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