Labor Day is a time to celebrate workers and their achievements.
So it is especially fitting, that over this Labor Day weekend, Bullfrog Spas — whose hot tubs are 100% made-in-the-USA — is offering sizable discounts on all their superbly-crafted spas.
Bullfrog Spas, sold through dealerships like Best Hot Tubs, are renowned for their craftsmanship — from “the ground up” as they say. Whether it’s the company’s operational excellence, patented durable EnduraFrame structures, unique plumbing simplicity, and patented JetPak message systems, it’s okay — even encouraged — to be proud that the talents of American workers are behind it all.
Just a few of Bullfrog’s most recent awards include “Best of Class,“ Best of State,” “Most Innovative Product” and “Red Dot Design Award.” But the positive recognition we are most proud of at Best Hot Tubs are the regular testimonials from happy Bullfrog users.
For example, here’s a review from Kate Nolan who says she’s “Active and Healthy” with her Bullfrog Spa:
If you’re hoping to rev up a hot tub along with your barbecue over Labor Day weekend, Best Hot Tubs welcomes you and the whole family to stop by for a “wet test.”
This is a great way to test Bullfrog’s different massage JetPaks before deciding which ones to get. You’ll also have an opportunity to look over the various Bullfrog models to see which size and style most suits you.
Indeed, Best Hot Tubs encourages wet tests of our Bullfrog Spas at our three New York showrooms: Windham, Farmingdale, Westbury. Just phone ahead and schedule one. Our staff is happy to introduce you to the spa experience.
(Westbury, Farmingdale, Windham, NY) for a “wet test.” Anyone who wishes to do that can call ahead to our showroom for the best time to come.
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Here’s a breakdown of the rebates you will get on the various Bullfrog models. Good deals for sure — and because they are 100% ‘made in the USA,’ you get to waive the flag a bit when purchasing. Not a bad way to celebrate Labor Day.