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Turning Point Propellers marks 15th anniversary

Turning Point Propellers is celebrating its 15th anniversary today.

During the last decade and a half, the company has contributed to the propeller industry’s evolution, from manufacturing methods to dealer merchandising innovations.

Turning Point makes and markets aluminum and stainless-steel props for outboards and sterndrives from 8 to 300-plus hp.

It was one of the industry leaders in the interchangeable hub system; separate hubs and housings create more affordable options for boaters to change out props.

"Our worldwide customer base continues to grow and sales are increasing yearly,” vice president of sales and marketing Ron Bailey said in a statement. “By utilizing the latest designs and manufacturing technologies, we can produce high-quality propellers that are unmatched in the marketplace for performance, handling and durability.”

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