JULY 2020

FROM THE EDITOR'S DESK

Here We Go!

FEATURES

Money Matters: Our 13th Annual Salary Survey

Money Matters

Our 13th Annual Salary Survey

When we asked readers to respond to our annual survey in January, salaries were well up, year-over-year, and in a May Update Survey, we found that the majority had seen no change, as of yet. Tune in here to find out more about recreation, sports and fitness careers in our Salary Survey.

Coming Back to Aquatics: Lessons, Rentals, New Programs Help Facilities Stay Afloat

Coming Back to Aquatics

Lessons, Rentals, New Programs Help Facilities Stay Afloat

Operating an aquatic facility efficiently has long been a challenge. We talked to experienced aquatics programmers to find out how the right programming mix can help.

Flexible Building Solutions: Nonconventional Structures Expand Your Possibilities

Flexible Building Solutions

Nonconventional Structures Expand Your Possibilities

Nonconventional structures are showing their effectiveness through the coronavirus pandemic, from flexible solutions easily adapted to healthcare, to buildings that let fresh air and sunshine in.

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WEB EXCLUSIVES

Misconceptions About Chlorine Demand

There have been several changes in water care over the past few years, including an increase in saltwater pools and more. Through these changes, one problem that remains prevalent is chlorine demand.

The Growing Importance of Virtual Programming

The COVID-19 pandemic has moved much of the world online, and people of all generations are coming to embrace virtual engagement opportunities. Find out how to use virtual programming to boost your revenue potential with minimal overhead.

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GUEST COLUMNS

inPERSPECTIVE / EVENT MANAGEMENT

Wrapping Things Up
>> Post-Event Evaluation Critical for Long-Term Success

If you want to get an event going—and keep improving over the long term—post-event evaluation will help you identify areas of success, and areas where you could do better.

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FACILITY PROFILES

inPRACTICE / MINI GOLF

R&R for Football Players
>> Rooftop Mini Golf at the Smith Football Center // University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

At this new center for hard-working football players, the rooftop at the Smith Football Center at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign provides a place to recreate, with mini golf and more.

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DEPARTMENTS

inGRATITUDE

Tucson Mountain Park

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PRODUCT SHOWCASES

Locker Room Equipment

Restroom Structures

New Product Ideas

Website Showcase: Information To Get You Connected

Looking for a quick way to find out the most comprehensive information as you make plans for programs and facilities?

The web provides a world of resources-a virtual connection to all kinds of products and services for recreation, sports and fitness facilities. Your answers are just a quick click away.