November 24, 2014

Industry Spotlight on Boating in Florida

Business Profile of Hunter Marine

Dale DuPont | 1/31/2014

Hunter Marine is trying to rebound with a new owner and new sailboat models. Now renamed Marlow-Hunter, the sailboat operation is operating with 160 employees. After restructuring, company president John Peterson says, "Month to month, we've got our head above water."

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