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Triton networks with Ocean Wine and Spirits for the holidays

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A slightly chilly night brought out nearly 100 people for Triton Networking with Ocean Wine & Spirits on Las Olas in Fort Lauderdale on the third Wednesday of December.

New yacht crew and veterans mingled with business people over pizza and beverages. Click here to see where and when we network again. Photos by Tom Serio

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