Honda honors two technicians

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Honda Marine dealer technicians Tyler Anderson of King Salmon Marine and Derek M. Kadlubowski of South Harbor Marine have achieved Master Tech status.

Eleven Honda service technicians underwent a series of tests at the engine maker's training facilities, including technical processes, maintenance procedures, service diagnostics and repair support resources. Of that group, Anderson and Kadlubowski were the sole recipients of the Master Tech title.

"These individuals represent the best and most dedicated professionals among Honda Marine service technicians," said Paul Sabourin, national service manager for Honda Marine, in a statement. "Their outstanding knowledge base offers customers an unparalleled service experience."

Anderson and Kadlubowski will hold the title of Master Tech for four years, after which they will be retested to retain their status.

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