The Swimming Pools industry consists of operators of public and private swimming pools; however, it excludes pools associated with gym or fitness centers. Over the five years to 2019, the Swimming Pools industry has benefited from broad economic improvements in the United States, primarily rising disposable income levels and increasing participation in sports. Since the decision to pay membership fees to swimming pool is largely discretionary, rising disposable income levels tend to benefit industry operators, especially when there is increased participation in sports. Rising local and state government spending over the five years to 2019 has benefited some of the industry's publicly run establishments. Unlike the federal government, state and local governments must balance their annual budgets. Budgetary shortfalls, resulting from declining tax figures, can pose considerable problems for local governments. Over the five years to 2024, industry revenue is forecast to expand. The continued improvement of macroeconomic variables and relatively positive indications toward swimming participation are anticipated to benefit the Swimming Pools industry. More specifically, the percentage of people who participate in sports, exercise or recreation each day is forecast to increase during the five-year period.
This industry operates public or private swimming pools. The pools included in this industry are not part of an affiliated gym.
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