LIPSA Sponsoring Special Olympics

LIPSA Sponsoring Special Olympics

The Long Island Pool & Spa Association is once again participating in the Town of Brookhaven’s Polar Plunge in support of Special Olympics New York’s Long Island athletes. The Long Island Special Olympics division serves over 5,000 athletes, with a robust and competitive swim team program. This year’s event will be held on Saturday, November 19th at Cedar Beach in Mount Sinai, New York. LIPSA is encouraging all members to participate by joining the team and plunging...
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Wish Pool

Wish Pool

Wish Pool LIPSA helped a very special family in a very special way in 2016 by building a swimming pool for disabled brothers. Due to their disability, swimming is the only activity where they can move freely and get the benefits of exercise and recreation at the same time.

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LIPSA – Community

LIPSA – Community

LIPSA Members are dedicated to giving back to the Long Island community wherever and whenever possible. Our signature volunteer effort for several decades has been KidSwim Long Island, a drowning prevention initiative offering fun

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Involved in our industry

Involved in our industry

LIPSA members are automatically enrolled in our regional and national trade associations (NESPA, the Northeast Spa & Pool Association and PHTA, the national Pool & Hot Tub Alliance) with access to the most up to date news and educational opportunities available in our industry.

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Supporting our members

Supporting our members

LIPSA members benefit from our very active Board of Directors who meet frequently to review the many topics that affect the pool industry on Long Island and take proactive measures to ensure our members are informed and supported. These include

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KidSwim Long Island

KidSwim Long Island

KidSwim Long Island: With hundreds of miles of beaches, and tens of thousands of pools, kids on Long Island are constantly exposed to water. “KidSwim Long Island” is a water safety initiative of LIPSA started 9 years ago to prevent needless drowning and save lives.

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