BoatU.S. names Tower of the Year

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An on-the-water towboat company that helps Lake of the Ozarks boaters get home safely was singled out for its professionalism at the BoatU.S. Towing Services Annual Conference recently held in Arlington, Va.

Tower of the Year honors went to TowBoatU.S. Lake Ozark, which is owned and operated by Capt. Charlie Meyer.

Meyer's locally-owned company has three locations on the waterway at Lake Ozark, Osage Beach and Linn Creek.

"Capt. Meyer ranks at the top with both customers and internal operations," BoatU.S. vice president of towing services Jerry Cardarelli said in a statement. "We are very proud of his accomplishments and for TowBoatU.S. Lake Ozark's professional staff."

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