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Piloting Sea Tow’s Customer Care Center

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Sea Tow is honoring one of it’s own as the nation today recognizes International Women’s Day.

As Sea Tow’s Customer Care Center Manager, Alicia Grattan oversees the team that receives calls from around the country — all day, every day, all year.

“Even when things are tough, we make it happen,” Grattan said in a statement. “It’s a good way for my daughter to see that women can really do it all. I try to look to the other female leaders within Sea Tow as an example of how I lead my team.”

“International Women’s Day celebrates empowered women like Alicia, and we are incredibly honored to have her on our team,” said Kristen Frohnhoefer, president of Sea Tow Services International. “She leads by example and is a fantastic role model for our entire team, not just the Customer Care Center.”


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