BackyardOcean.com Gives Super Bowl 2010 Fans a Reason to “Ring” in
Victory with their Ring Pools
Backyard Ocean puts pools on clearance for the first time; NFL Super Bowl pool parties held
across South Florida as fans prepare for Super Bowl XLIV.
Beaverton, OR (PRWEB) February 7, 2010 -- New Orleans Saints and Indianapolis Colts fans have another
reason to celebrate Super Bowl XLIV. Backyard Ocean, the popular one-stop retailer for swimming pools and
accessories, has put their popular ring pools into the clearance section for the first time.
Ring pools are relatively inexpensive, easy to set up, and all-inclusive, which make them popular with
last-minute Super Bowl party throwers. Backyard Ocean ring pools arrive complete with pool pump, filter, and
replacement cartridges, like the popular Intex pool filters.
“Our ring pools are one of our top sellers,” says Sasha Jacobs, spokesperson for Backyard Ocean. “Sales for our
floating chaise lounges and above ground pools have risen over the last few weeks, especially in warmer climates
like south Florida. We’re waiting for feedback, but it appears that customers are planning to use them to host a
unique Super Bowl party.”
South Florida is where Super Bowl history is usually made, and the Miami-Fort Lauderdale area is preparing for
the influx of Super Bowl 44 fans eager to witness exactly how New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees will
make that history. NFL Super Bowl fans are well aware of the irony of this particular Super Bowl; the Miami
Dolphins, who twice passed on accepting Brees as their quarterback in 2006, is now hosting Brees and his team at
The Greater Fort Lauderdale Convention/Visitors Bureau is anticipating this irony to bring in more than $400
million to the region.
But for the South Florida population that chooses to stay home to watch Super Bowl history, throwing a
pool-side Super Bowl party is a great way to entertain guests and watch the game. Jacobs cautions pool owners to
make sure their pool equipment is