Green Spa Network Announces Exciting New Changes at 2019 Buyers Conference

The Green Spa Network has announced a lot of exciting upcoming changes for 2019 // Photo Credit: Nickbeer/iStock/Getty Images Plus

At the Green Spa Network's (GSN) recent 2019 Buyer's Conference at CIVANA (Carefree, AZ), American Spa's editor-in-chief and publisher Julie Keller Callaghan snuck away from the busy schedule of business and networking to talk to GSN members Bonnie Baker, board president, and Joanna Roache, executive director, about what's on tap for 2019. From a name change, to a new website and logo, to a non-profit, a new partnership, and more events, the network has a lot rolling out in the coming months.

Get the exclusive scoop in the video interview below.

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