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Hinckley builds facility in Stuart

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Hinckley Yacht Services broke ground for a new facility in Stuart, Florida in late August. The company plans to build a 40,000-square-foot steel, hurricane-rated building for boat storage for Hinckley and other brands. It will be climate controlled with small shop spaces and offices. It is scheduled to open in the spring, according to Eric Hruska, general manager for the company.

For more information contact Hruska at ehruska@hinckleyyachts.com, +1 772-287-0923 and hinckleyyachts.com.

 

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