Centurion and Supreme Boats hold cleanup at California lake

The Clean Up was held June 3 at Lake Yosemite in Merced, Calif.

More than 25 Centurion and Supreme employees and their families recently volunteered for the company’s second annual Lake Clean Up.

The Clean Up was held June 3 at Lake Yosemite in Merced, Calif., the lake that is used to test Centurion and Supreme boats. Employees and volunteers worked together to collect 24 industrial-sized bags of trash from the lake.

This event is affiliated with Lake Love, a national effort to bring volunteers together to clean local lakes and rivers. Lake Love helps to facilitate numerous events such as these across the country.

“I could not be more proud of the many employees that have chosen to serve on their own time,” Centurion and Supreme Boats president Paul Singer said in a statement. “It really is a testament to their caring hearts and commitment to their community.”


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