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Cox Pools Ranked As One of the Nation's Top 50 Pool Builders
Date:6/24/2013

Panama City Beach, FL (PRWEB) June 24, 2013

Cox Pools, the leader in quality craftsmanship pool building in the Southeast, has been selected as one of the top 50 pool builders in the nation by Pool & Spa News. The prestigious listing by Pool & Spa News is based on several factors such as staff training, industry participation, web presence, as well as residential construction revenue.

"Cox Pools has always strived to build the best pools, with the best equipment and specialized crews in the Southeast," said owner Richard L. Cox, Jr. "As a family owned and operated company, we take a lot of pride in every pool we design and construct. Being named in the Top 50 is something we are honored and proud to receive. It is a direct reflection of our hardworking staff and crews.”

Family owned and operated since 1958, Cox Pools has set the standard of excellence in swimming pool construction and renovation that all other companies wish to emulate. With the reputation of building the best pools with the best equipment, and unsurpassed customer service, Cox Pools earns top honors in customer satisfaction surveys year after year.

For more information, and to preview some of their completed projects, visit the Cox Pools website at http://www.coxpools.com.

About the company:

Cox Pools, a leader in pool building has grown into the South’s number one custom pool construction company. With over 50 year’s experience, Cox Pools maintains a standard of excellence in its design, construction and renovation services. In addition to building the highest quality pools, spas and fountains, they can also transform backyards into an outdoor entertainment area, complete with paver decks, synthetic turf, be
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