Dive-In Movies & Your Facility's Success!
by Monique Nelson on January 18th, 2011

I was reading the January edition of Aquatics International magazine this morning, and one of their feature stories was about Dive-In Movies.

What a fantastically fun idea.

I have heard about this concept briefly in the past, but I never paid much attention to it because it just didn't seem realistic. Maybe a great big hotel could do it in Vegas, but not in my hometown.

Well, not for the first time, I turned out to be DEAD WRONG.

In the article, the whole process was explained and it turns out that it is completely something that just about any facility can do with a little bit of gumption and determination. You should really read the article; they discuss screens, movies, safety and so much more. You can find it online: http://aquaticsintl.com/2011/jan/1101_bl.html
Original image URL: http://www.flickr.com/photos/dominicspics/4045592979/
Title: Dive in Movies - White Night / Nuit Blanche - Brighton 2009.
Dive-in Movie
The one thing that I started thinking about though was air control. If you are hosting a great movie indoors, you want to make sure anyone who is not actually in the pool is comfortable and not sticking to their chairs with the humidity.

If you are hosting it outdoors, you are going to have to make sure that your swimming pool isn't steaming away the big screen.

Heatsavr could be a great solution to both of these problems. Just add it to your water before the movie starts and keep the evaporation under control for the event! Better yet, start using Heatsavr on a regular basis in your facility, and you will enjoy the benefits of lower evaporation (including saving money on your heating bills, reducing your water consumption, etc) on a daily basis.

If you would like to learn more about Heatsavr, you might be interested in giving this free guide a quick read; 9 Commercial Pool Problems SOLVED! 

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