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Sea Ray recalls workers in Tennessee

About 150 employees have been called back to work at Sea Ray plants in Tennessee this month.

Brunswick spokesman Dan Kubera said that since Jan. 1, between 90 and 95 workers have been recalled at Sea Ray operations in Forks of the River Industrial Park in East Knox County, and 50 to 55 have been called back at the Sea Ray plant in Vonore, the Knoxville News Sentinel reports.

No further call-backs are immediately planned. Whether more workers are brought back will depend on how the market develops in 2010, Kubera told the newspaper.

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