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A traditional Louisiana crayfish party drew a crowd of more than 200 captains, crew and industry people for Triton Networking with V-Kool on the first Wednesday in May. The annual event with the window treatment company in Fort Lauderdale has been a hit for the past several years. Click here for news of our next networking event. Photos by Dorie Cox

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