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PRESS RELEASE: Five (5) Florida Swimming Pool Association Members Named to Pool and Spa News’ Top 50 Pool Builders of 2022

For Immediate Release                                                            

June 1, 2022                                                                               


Five (5) Florida Swimming Pool Association Members Named to
Pool and Spa News’ Top 50 Pool Builders of 2022


(SARASOTA, Fla.) – Five (5) Florida Swimming Pool Association (FSPA) member companies were named Top 50 Builders in the annual list by Pool and Spa News. 
These five companies are the only Florida representatives on a list that includes organizations in Texas, Arizona, Pennsylvania and Canada.

The winning Florida organizations are:


·         #7: Van Kirk & Sons Pools & Spas – Deerfield Beach

·         #9: Coast to Coast Pools – Sarasota

·         #18: Ike’s Carter Pool Companies – Oakland Park

·         #25: Superior Pools of Southwest Florida – Port Charlotte

·         #39: American Pools & Spas - Orlando

It is with great pride that we acknowledge that all five of the Florida-representing companies on this esteemed list are FSPA members,” said Elizabeth McMurray, FSPA Executive Director.
“Each of them are fantastic representatives of FSPA’s mission to ‘Advance Florida’s swimming pool industry’ by being experts in their craft as well as champions of their profession.”

he five companies represent four FSPA chapters: Broward  (Van Kirk & Sons Pools & Spas and Ike’s Carter Pool Companies), Central Florida (American Pools & Spas), Charlotte Harbor (Superior Pools of Southwest Florida), and Manasota (Coast to Coast Pools).

Potential pool customers and the general public are invited to use FSPA’s “Find A Pool Pro” search tool at
FloridaPoolPro.com to research these companies and other member organizations in their area. 

Florida Swimming Pool Association is a trade association for the pool and spa industry in Florida.  There are approximately 750 member businesses in 16 Chapters across the state.  Members are required to abide by a code of ethics and to be properly licensed and insured.  FSPA provides the industry with access to continuing education courses, information on current trends and issues, and an arbitration program and government relations representation.  FSPA is governed by a Board of Directors.