Honda Marine technicians gain certification

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Honda Marine honored two dealer technicians for achieving "Master Tech" status.

For the second time in four years, Kenneth Myers of Paradise Marine in Gulf Shores, Ala., and Anthony Towns of Abel's Marine in Englewood, Fla., have secured the certification after a four-hour test.

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

Myers and Towns will hold the title of "Master Tech" for four years and then be retested.

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