Category Archives: December 2004

Q&A 2004

We polled parks and recreation professionals from around the country for our annual Q&A feature and got some interesting responses, representing a diversity of subjects and opinions. It’s our hope that you learn something of value and find a nugget of insight, inspiration or raw information. Or better yet, all of the above… Special thanks to all those who provided answers this year. They’re the cream of the crop in parks and recreation. If you get a chance, let them … Continue reading

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Product Review

Products & Literature To request more information on any of these hot new products, visit our Web site at www.parksandrecbusiness.com and follow the free information link. Or, call the company directly. And, remember, let them know you found them in Parks & Rec Business! 4×4 Utility Vehicle AUGUSTA, Ga. — Club Car Inc. introduces the Carryall 294 4×4 utility vehicle. The Carryall 294 utilizes Club Car’s INtelliTrak system to deliver full-automatic, on-demand 4×4. The vehicle continually senses driving conditions and … Continue reading

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In The News

Extreme Makeover, Waterwheel Style FRANKLIN, N.C. — Millions will witness a desert-to-oasis landscape transformation driven by a waterwheel. The Waterwheel Factory has been invited by ABC’s Extreme Makeover Home Edition to provide expertise, product and installation for an edition of the ABC’s television hit program. The Emmy-nominated TV show features individuals and businesses coming together to help a deserving family accomplish a seven-day home transformation. The producers selected the Waterwheel Factory after a nationwide search, citing its engineering expertise, experience … Continue reading

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Foresight

Editor’s Note: Parks & Rec Business magazine presents the 12th part in a year-long series of articles that will focus on… Everything H20, from pool equipment, safety, staffing and programming to profiles and perspectives on the latest aquatics facilities, water parks and splash parks in public parks and recreation. The series will continue in 2005 as we cover the latest in aquatics trends, products, facilities and programming. Everyone knows how easy it is to Monday-morning quarterback. Just ask any Monday-morning … Continue reading

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