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Centurion and Supreme employees and their families volunteered to clean up the shore at Lake Yosemite in Merced, Calif.

Centurion and Supreme employees and their families volunteered to clean up the shore at Lake Yosemite in Merced, Calif.

More than 20 employees from Centurion and Supreme and their families volunteered during the company’s 3rd Annual Lake Clean Up that was held June 2 at Lake Yosemite in Merced, Calif. The event is affiliated with Lake Love, by Wake the World.

The volunteers gathered more than 40 bags of trash at the lake where Centurion and Supreme test their boats, hold meetings and host dealers and customers during demo rides.

Lake Love is a national effort to bring together volunteers to clean their local lakes and rivers. Lake love helps facilitate numerous events like this across the country.

“I am so proud of my Centurion and Supreme family that they took the time out of their day to give back,” said Paul Singer, Centurion and Supreme Boats president, in a statement. “Their dedication and commitment really shows how much they care about their community.”

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