Sea Tow honors longtime franchises

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Four Sea Tow franchises are being recognized for reaching 20 or more years of continuous operation and ownership.

The franchises being honored are Capt. Dave DuVall, Sea Tow Maryland Central Chesapeake; Capt. Will Beck, Sea Tow Palm Beach; Capt. Neal McQuone, Sea Tow Southern Connecticut; and Capt. Tom Kehlenbach, Sea Tow Central Connecticut.

"These longtime Sea Tow franchisees have helped us to define and develop the private marine assistance industry," Sea Tow founder Capt. Joe Frohnhoefer said in a statement. "We thank them for their years of dedication and loyalty not only to the Sea Tow brand, but also to helping thousands of boaters in need and enhancing boating safety in their respective areas."

These operators join 29 other Sea Tow locations that will celebrate continuous operation for 20 years or longer in 2010. These additional locations may have changed hands through the years and their territories may have been altered or combined.

They include:

Sea Tow Eastern Long Island, Sea Tow Rhode Island, Sea Tow Central Connecticut, Sea Tow Great South Bay, Sea Tow Freeport, Sea Tow Boston, Sea Tow Moriches-Shinnecock, Sea Tow Lower New York, Sea Tow Central New Jersey, Sea Tow Maryland Central Chesapeake, Sea Tow Wrightsville Beach, Sea Tow Crystal Coast, Sea Tow Palm Beach, Sea Tow Fort Lauderdale and Sea Tow Miami.

Also: Sea Tow Huntington, Sea Tow Atlantic City, Sea Tow St. Augustine, Sea Tow Treasure Coast, Sea Tow Central Hudson, Sea Tow Sea Isle/Cape May, Sea Tow Southern Connecticut, Sea Tow Delaware River, Sea Tow Lower Chesapeake Bay, Sea Tow Hampton Roads, Sea Tow Marco Island, Sea Tow Naples, Sea Tow Northern New Jersey, Sea Tow Southern Maryland, Sea Tow Fort Myers, Sea Tow Western Long Island Sound, Sea Tow Port Canaveral and Sea Tow Sarasota.

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