The Big Tops down but so are prices at WaterWorks

The Big Tops down but so are prices at WaterWorks

The WaterWorks tent may be down at the “Y” in Soldotna, but the rubber ducky remains on her perch as the “Under the Big Top” sale continues through the end of the month of May, according to store manager Cheryl Lindsley. “We only had a two week permit for the Big Top, but inside the sale continues,” she told the Dispatch. It’s been a little over a year since the rubber ducky crossed the street and as second generation owner Kali Tucker pointed out at the Big Top opening reception owning a hot tub in Alaska is a hard luxury to beat. “There’s nothing quite like sitting outdoors soaking in your hot tub at 104 degrees when it’s a negative twenty out is incomparable, even when it’s not that cold it’s still pure heaven soaking beneath that stunning aurora to rejuvenate your mind, body and soul,” said Tucker.

Waterworks provides a wide variety of styles and shapes of spas to fit your family’s needs and budget. From hydrotherapy with excellent insulation and incredible efficiency, to over the top models you’ll find the perfect tub for your family at WaterWorks. “Just imagine rising from your massage chair well relaxed and heading into one of our saunas, followed by a dip in the snow, nearby lake or stream then into the pure relaxation of your private hot tub spa. What an investment in life and life more abundantly. And you can turn your fantasy into reality with our financing that is available through the end of May that offers no payments until 2016,” she said. Kali added that, “People are finding many different ways and apparatus for relaxing at the WaterWorks from the Zero Gravity massage chairs, to saunas and spas and that investing in relaxation is very cost effective to maintaining physical health and mental stability. We all know that in the Arctic only the strong survive. At The Waterworks, we don’t just want people to purchase our products—we want them to discover all the benefits of being part of The Waterworks family. Everything we do is based on creating an ownership experience that is unparalleled in Alaska. We aim to provide you with the absolute best spa ownership experience. Whether it’s innovating spa jets that enhance hydro massage, producing energy-efficient hot tubs or improving water care solutions, our focus is always on making your experience better. We are proud to feature the best spas in America and our aroma therapy products are not just for hot tubs but with any tub and are very relaxing for our tired muscles,” she said. You can learn more by visiting the rubber ducky at the “Y” in Soldotna or take a virtual visit by logging on to alaskaspa.com.

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