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Marinas International locations add green product line

As part of a commitment to promote cleaner marinas and lakes, Marinas International joined forces with Green Earth Technologies and is embracing the G-Marine and G-Oil line of biodegradable, non-toxic products at its marina facilities in Kentucky, Tennessee and Arkansas.

"We are always looking for ways to make the outdoor lake and boating experience more enjoyable for families, and we are excited to bring the clean marina concept to a higher level at our facilities," Marinas International vice president Mark Stafford said in a statement. "We firmly believe these new 'G' products will help us achieve our goals in this regard."

To help boat owners save time, effort and the environment, Marinas International also will sell the Green Machine Pressure Washing System, which utilizes environment-safe, non-toxic and ultimate biodegradable cleaners for boats and the removal of mold and mildew.

Participating marinas in Kentucky include Burnside Marina and Beaver Creek Resort on Lake Cumberland, and Green Turtle Bay Houseboat Rentals on Lake Barkley. Additional locations are Holly Creek Resort and Eagle Cove Resort, both on Dale Hollow Lake, Tenn., and Brady Mountain Resort on Lake Ouachita, Ark.

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