Bullfrog International announced today their plans to unveil exciting new technology and a new design for its 2013 line of luxury hot tubs. The patented technology, new designs, and several new features will be unveiled on November 6, 2012 at booth 1600 of the International Pool | Spa | Patio Expo in New Orleans, Louisiana.
Bullfrog believes this exciting new technology will be a hit with dealers and consumers and that it will further secure Bullfrog’s reputation as the technology and quality leader in portable hot tubs and spas.
Jerry Pasley, CEO of Bullfrog International, commented on the product to be unveiled in the upcoming announcement: “I’ve been in this industry a long time and I’ve never seen a combination of technology and innovative design like this product launch. It’s really quite remarkable. The best thing is the performance, innovation, technology and visual appeal of our new spas. It’s potentially a game changer in our industry.”
Bullfrog has become known for their forward thinking and willingness to change the status quo in hot tubs. Bullfrog first introduced their patented JetPak Technology in 1996 and has since followed it up with EnduraFrame, a hot tub support structure that is precision molded and 100% wood-free, along with several exclusive jet designs and unique spa features.
About Bullfrog Spas
Founded in 1996, Bullfrog International, is headquartered in the Salt Lake City, Utah metro area. JetPaks, available only in Bullfrog Spas, are removable and interchangeable jetted spa seats. JetPak Technology has changed the way hot tubs are plumbed by eliminating hundreds of feet of tubing, creating a more reliable and leak-free system, and making spas much more energy efficient. In addition, JetPaks make Bullfrog Spas completely customizable by allowing the owner to choose their jetted massages and allowing these massages to be interchanged or upgraded at any time. Bullfrog International currently distributes, licenses, and retails its products in the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Asia, and Europe.
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