The segment highlights Ron Hicks as Pool Scouts’ first African American franchisee and his experience in the Huntsville community.
“Suppose the weather is unbearably cold for some time during the year; it is common to assume there is no option but to close your pool during the off-season. This preventive measure is especially imperative for those without an automatic freeze protection system. However, even if you don’t, you can keep your pipes from freezing by running your pump during freezing temperatures.”
“Your friends at Pool Scouts of Huntsville understand the importance of your family creating fun moments to remember. With that in mind, we consider ourselves your honorary lifeguard keeping your pools safe and ready for fun all year round. We want you to feel confident when you prepare to capture those precious moments with the kiddos at the back-to-school pool parties or those family fireworks displayed poolside. Pool Scouts of Huntsville understand that safety is always first.”
“I know you are ready for the rays of sunshine and warmth in the area that only summer can bring. Summer is approaching, and we at Pool Scouts of Huntsville are gearing up for family fun. We know how important a fully operational pool is to your family and we would be honored to be your honorary lifeguard. Since 2021, we have ensured our communities enjoy beautiful blue waters while indulging in a refreshing beverage poolside. Pool Scouts of Huntsville is thankful to all our communities for entrusting us to utilize our core values in providing you with professional pool cleaning and maintenance services all year.”
“It’s the perfect time to dive into your crisp, clear pool while listening to blissful chatter from your family and friends. Just know that your friends at Pool Scouts understand the importance of safety for family and fun. Rocket City has welcomed Pool Scouts of Huntsville for over two years, and we have helped over 200 families to maintain a safe and clean pool all year around. However, during May, we pay extra attention to educating our communities on a few tips to keep their pool safe and ready for family fun.”
“We are in April. We’ve officially made it ALL THE WAY THROUGH MARCH. Spring has SPRUNG and we are jumping feet first into our busiest season of the year for your favorite pool team, Pool Scouts of Huntsville. A few things immediately came to mind as we finished March. We are all excited about March Madness and we have seen the winners and losers of their brackets. As we rack and stack your brackets looking out for the underdog. Another highlight is the St. Patrick’s Day parade and all of the people that love to wear green in celebration. Finally it is the first day of Spring as of March 20th.”
“As you feel the crispness in the air, you know winter is near. You enjoy children racing in from school to nestle in for family fun. You are reminiscing about all the family memories made with the dipping of toes in your sparkling clean pool. You remembered the belly flops and cannonball contest you went to for the gold. As you prepare for a seasonal swimming pool hibernation, you begin to take your seasonal victory lab.”
“We are deep into the summer, and your family has been enjoying their pool for a few months. Your family has enjoyed a cookout followed by a nice afternoon swim. The water is perfect at 82 degrees, and you have just completed a few belly flops. The PH is ideal, just enough to keep your skin soft but not high enough to burn your eyes as you continue to embrace the hot summer sizzle and the sporadic rain that Alabama has to offer.”
Pool Scouts of Huntsville was a proud sponsor for the Fuel Her Fire Girls Incorporated 50th Anniversary Sneaker Gala. The event was held on October 27th at the Von Braun Center in Huntsville, Alabama. The guest speaker for the event was the 23-time Grand Slam Champion tennis star Serena Williams. Ms. Williams elaborated on her experiences growing up and her motivation to be the best mother to her beautiful daughter Olympia. Pool Scouts appreciate all that Girl’s Inc. has done encouraging over 3,000 girls to be smart, strong, and bold workforce leaders. The organization surpassed this year’s goal of $500,000 to continue their supportive efforts for young girls across Huntsville and surrounding Tennessee Valley.