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October 17, 1988 | LINDA WILLIAMS
The wooden hot tub may have lost ground over the years, but it's making a strong comeback, said Paul Wadding, owner of Sierra Southern & Prestige Hot Tubs in Azusa, one of a handful of remaining California makers of redwood hot tubs. Figures from the National Spa & Pool Institute lend support to Wadding's assessment. Although wooden tubs made up only 4.4% of hot tubs sold last year, that was a significant increase from just 1.1% of sales in 1986.
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October 17, 1988 | LINDA WILLIAMS
The wooden hot tub may have lost ground over the years, but it's making a strong comeback, said Paul Wadding, owner of Sierra Southern & Prestige Hot Tubs in Azusa, one of a handful of remaining California makers of redwood hot tubs. Figures from the National Spa & Pool Institute lend support to Wadding's assessment. Although wooden tubs made up only 4.4% of hot tubs sold last year, that was a significant increase from just 1.1% of sales in 1986.
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