It’s the 40th Anniversary for Hot Spring®!

Did you know that Hot Spring is the largest hot tub manufacturer in the industry?

Our relentless pursuit of making the best hot tub in the world was just one way we got there. We also partner with the absolute best hot tub dealers in North America. Not only are our dealers committed to delivering a fantastic shopping experience, but they also give back to their local communities. Hot Spring is part of the Watkins Wellness® family of brands, where the “Watkins Way” is not just words on paper – it is lived every day. In honor of our 40th anniversary, we’ve gathered 40 Acts of Kindness to highlight all of the great work our dealers are doing in their community. We hope it inspires you to make every day better.

Read their amazing stories below.

Moriches Bay Project Support

Million Dollar Listing NY's one and only Ryan Serhant came to Ocean Spray of Westhampton Beach August 17-20, 2017 to film an episode of their newest BRAVO television show, to air this fall! Ryan S. worked with Ocean Spray staff, training our newest team member how to sell Hot Spring Spas like a shark. Ocean Spray hosted an event on the last day to commence filming; an outdoor party of hot tubbing, swimming, refreshments etc. All of our hot tub profits from the sale event will be donated to our favorite local charity, Moriches Bay Project. This foundation is near to our heart and community. The Moriches Bay Project™ is an aquatic restoration program created in 2013, by the West Hampton Dunes Barrier Beach Association, a 501(c)(3) non-profit volunteer organization, and by First Coastal Corporation, a coastal environmental consulting firm based out of Westhampton Beach. Ocean Spray has continually supported the foundation through donations of many kinds. Most recently, Ocean Spray owner Joe Musnicki, his wife Kathy and Sales and Marketing Director, Kristy Verity attended the 'Save the Bay Gala' of which all ticket sales went toward the cause. When learning that BRAVO would be coming to Westhampton Beach to film a national television show, we decided it would be a great way for us to incorporate awareness of this local organization whom work tirelessly to not only clean our local waterways, through oyster and eel grass farming, but to teach the community and youth how to help, building a foundation for generations of clean water surrounding our island. The national exposure and funds from our sales this day was a welcomed surprise to Moriches Bay Project organizers that Ocean Spray was happy to deliver.

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