Small Business Saturday is a day dedicated to supporting small businesses across the country.
Founded by American Express in 2010, this day is celebrated every year on the Saturday after Thanksgiving.
This year, Small Business Saturday is on November 30th.
SMALL BUSINESSES ARE THE HEARTBEAT OF OUR COMMUNITIES
They’re the corner stores that create jobs. The hardware stores that help build our economy.
And the mom and pop shops whose very presence makes a neighborhood, your neighborhood.
Spring showers bring fun adventures in hot tubs. One of best ways to experience a hot tub is to enjoy it in the rain, without a cover. I know, I know…what about my hair?
Whenever the rain clouds are present, we know the afternoon will have the ultimate of relaxation in store for our guests. As it begins to sprinkle, climb in and allow the cool, soothing raindrops to fall as the hot tub keeps you warm and cozy. At that moment, life could not get any better.
Many of you probably find comfort in the sound of rain, but would not enjoy the rain splashing in your face as you try to relax with some hydrotherapy in your hot tub. For those of you who fall into this category, there are options to protect you from the elements while allowing you to enjoy the soothing sound of raindrops. With April showers upon us, hot tubs and rain go hand and hand as both provide the calming sounds and feelings of relaxation.
Our Covered Outdoor and Indoor hot tubs can be great for those days with uncomfortable weather elements as well. You can still enjoy the sound of the rain without having to get your hair wet! Remember…a hot tub can turn any day, rain or shine, into a relaxing and enjoyable experience.
Information provided by: Spasandstuff.com
A growing trend in the tourism industry is known as the ‘staycation‘. The concept was simple: save money by spending time off from work at home, relaxing and enjoying attractions locally. The trend must have caught on as the Department of Travel and Tourism released their year-end statistics, showing tourism down 12% nationally since reaching a 10-year high in 2008.
And why shouldn’t the trend take hold? Staycations help stressed staycationers avoid the headaches of travel, use less fossil fuels but still enjoy the relaxation of a vacation.
The winter weather has many Americans looking ahead to summer already. Planning a staycation involves the classic elements like visiting local attractions, trying new foods, and getting out in the sunshine.
When people think relaxation and vacation, they often think of a quiet, peaceful dip in a hot tub. And unlike a vacation, the memories you make staycationing can be replicated next summer as well.