Waterway Guide moves production to Virginia

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Waterway Guide and Dozier Media Group its relocated editorial and production functions from the Eastport section of Annapolis, Md., to a more modern facility in Deltaville, Va., which is home to the Waterway Guide's corporate offices.

The relocation allows the integration of editorial, research, production, sales and marketing, distribution, accounting and management under one roof rather than the previous three locations in Deltaville and Annapolis.

The additional space also has allowed Waterway Guide to increase its staff for continued expansion into new print and online products and services.

"After outgrowing our former space, we are extremely happy to be together again under one roof, where interaction among staff is critical for the accurate, detailed, up-to-date information we provide to the cruising community," publisher/owner Jack Dozier said in a statement.

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