LMC tenants pull together to help first respondersApr 26, 2020 by Triton Staff
A handful of businesses inside Lauderdale Marine Center in Fort Lauderdale have teamed together to donate money, donate meals, and make face masks and gowns for hospital employees around Broward County.
EYS, Foster’s Yacht Services, AME Solutions, Cheoy Lee, Northrop & Johnson and Lauderdale Marine Center donated about $11,500 and partnered with onsite restaurant YOT Bar & Kitchen and Silver Lining Catering to donate meals to area hospitals since mid April. The entire staff at Northwest Regional Hospital was fed on April 17.
Family members of Luu Marine employees sewed more than 2,500 masks in one week and donated them to various hospitals. And G&H Marine Canvas was contracted to produce hospital gowns.
By Lucy Chabot Reed South Florida uniform company Zeidel & Co. has begun making and donating face masks to a local hospital. “They aren’t surgical masks, but they fill
Yacht crew offered tours for guests during Elevate, a Kids in Distress benefit event held at Lauderdale Marine Center in Fort Lauderdale on Oct. 26. Hosted by Northrop &
By Lucy Chabot Reed Fort Lauderdale-based Lewis Marine Supply, a 62-year-old chandlery, hosted an open house on Thursday to welcome back old clients. With new owners and operators since
Northrop & Johnson hosted the 2020 Winter Captain and Crew Cocktails on the deck at Yot Bar and Kitchen overlooking the docks at Lauderdale Marine Center on Feb. 6.
By Dorie Cox It was four years ago that The Carlyle Group sparked concern with its purchase of Lauderdale Marine Center on the New River in Fort Lauderdale. Some
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