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FJ Propeller Miami completes acquisition

FJ Propeller Miami said it acquired the assets of Anchor Miami Propeller in a deal that was completed in July.

FJ Propeller moved into the current home of Anchor Miami Propeller at 2185 NW 34th Ave. All phone numbers remain the same.

This acquisition strengthens the FJ Propeller brand’s capabilities, the company said, by providing customers in South Florida with an experienced, qualified staff of 37 that includes propeller technicians, machinists, customer service reps, a naval architect and an engineer.

FJ Propeller Miami is a subsidiary of Frank & Jimmie’s Propeller in Fort Lauderdale, which the company said is the largest and most respected propeller shop in the world.

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