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Hurricane Expands to New Facility

Hurricane Boats

Hurricane will increase production of its deckboats in a new facility, the company announced.

The facility in Syracuse, Ind., is owned by parent company Polaris Boat Group. The property includes 120,000 square feet for production and 20,000 square feet of shipping and warehouse space.

Hurricane anticipates adding up to 60 workers in assembly, lamination, fiberglass repair, maintenance and quality assurance.

“To meet consumer demand and continue delivering the finest deckboats in the industry, we are excited to announce this expansion,” said Ben Duke, general manager, Godfrey Marine, the builder of Hurricane boats. “We are also dedicated to our community and look forward to welcoming new staff to our ever-growing Hurricane family.”

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