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Cotton Crews opens in Palm Beach

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Lauren Cotton announced the opening of Cotton Crews in Palm Beach County, Fla. as a full service boutique yacht crew placement agency.

 

“The  purpose of the company is to solve an industry issue, that crew and yachts are just being shuffled around. There is no reason for this in such a high-end industry,” Founder Cotton said. “At Cotton Crews, we stand by our belief that there is a perfect person for every yacht.”

 

For more information visit www.CottonCrews.com.

 

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