Born in New Westminster, British Columbia, Keith worked in his family’s restaurant alongside his mom and dad. That’s where he learned the value of work – the restaurant business is an immediate, consumer business where customer service simply works, or not. The family worked hard to make the restaurant a huge success. His next passion became fine European Automobiles like Bentley, Mercedes and Morgan. Owning and driving these cars gave him a love for quality, workmanship and fine design, and he applied these same principles to his hot tubs after starting Beachcomber on Valentine’s Day, February 14th, 1978.
While the full Beachcomber story would run hundreds of pages, the collection of thoughts on this website show you a small picture of what Beachcomber is, and what we stand for. In 1978, Keith and Judy Scott took on building hot tubs, tuning them and fashioning their own look and features, and won great success right from the start. Their values of family and quality have not changed since the beginning. Keith has always had a picture hanging in his office, from day one. It’s a photo of the Scott family kids, with their trophies and accolades from their sports achievements. Keith quickly realized in the early days of Beachcomber, that the principles of achievement in sports were directly related to business success. He and his wife Judy worked tirelessly to create Beachcomber Hot Tubs, now represented in over 40 countries around the world.
In its 34 Years of existence, the Beachcomber marque has amassed an unmatched wealth of history, experience, heroic deeds and true stories. The company’s effortlessly powerful, hand built hot tubs have a presence and personality all their own, a style that is instantly recognizable whether on a veranda in Italy, or on a small deck in Anchorage.