National Marine Suppliers hosts barbecue

Mar 28, 2015 by David Reed

Thunderstorms couldn’t keep captains and crew away from foie gras sausage and chilled rose at National Marine Suppliers’ barbecue on the docks yesterday. Even the mayor of Ft. Lauderdale stopped by to support one of his town’s biggest marine employers. PHOTOS/DAVID REED

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