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Record Breaking Arizona Heat Could Mean $10,000 for Lucky Pool Owners

Hayward(R) to Rebate up to $10,000 to Qualified Arizona New Pool Owners if Temperature Gets as High as 118 Degrees on July 4th, 2014

ELIZABETH, NJ -- (Marketwired) -- 02/07/14 -- Arizona new pool owners will be hoping that weather history repeats itself this Fourth of July. If the temperature reaches or exceeds the record-breaking 118 degrees Fahrenheit at the Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport, originally set on July 4th, 1989, pre-qualifying pool buyers will receive a $10,000 rebate from Hayward® Pool Products.

The Hayward "Beat the Heat" campaign applies to qualifying new Arizona in-ground pools purchased between February 10 - 28, 2014 from participating Totally Hayward® pool builders. Under the terms of the promotion, anyone purchasing a new in-ground pool from an authorized and participating Totally Hayward Pool Builder in Arizona and whose purchase included a new Hayward brand pump, a Hayward brand filter and at least one additional new Hayward branded product, such as a heater, heat pump, controller, salt chlorinator or two LED lights, are eligible to register to win.

According to Hayward Vice President of Sales Mike Massa, "We're very excited about the possibility of giving out well over $1 million to many new Arizona pool owners in this year's 'Beat the Heat' promotion. With potentially hundreds of new pool owners qualifying for the Hayward promotion, we're hoping to add to the excitement of enjoying a brand new pool with a cash rebate of $10,000 for each qualifying new pool. I can't think of a better way for these families to enjoy the rest of their summer."

"Many Arizona residents rely on their swimming pools to beat the summer heat as temperatures rise well above 100 degrees each summer. This promotion is Hayward's way of potentially rewarding those optimistic new pool owners with another great bonus," he said.

Follow this link for more information on "Beat the Heat" and for the complete rules.

For more information, images or to schedule an interview with a Hayward spokesperson, please contact Gary Young at 908.351.5400 x4252 or [email protected].

About Hayward Pool Products
Hayward Pool Products, a division of Hayward Industries, Inc. is the largest manufacturer of residential swimming pool equipment in the world, with a significant presence in the commercial pool market that is continuously growing. Headquartered in Elizabeth, New Jersey, Hayward designs, manufactures and markets a full line of residential and commercial pool and spa equipment including pumps, filters, heating, cleaners, salt chlorinators, automation, lighting, safety, flow control and energy solutions.

The company, which has built its brand on innovation, energy-efficiency, safety and reliability, includes such brands as Salt & Swim® 3C, EcoStar®, EcoStar® C TriStar®, Super Pump®, ProLogic®, AquaConnect®, HeatPro®, ColorLogic®, CrystaLogic™, CAT Controllers®, AquaRite®, Navigator® Pro, PoolVac XL™, TigerShark®, among others.

Hayward products are sold throughout the U.S., Canada, Asia, Australia, Latin America and the Middle East. For more information, contact Hayward at (908) 351-5400 or visit www.hayward.com.

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