Newsletter February 2020 Newsletter


From The Captain's Chair




Captain's Chair - Making History

We often talk about the incredible legacy of the marine industry in South Florida and acclaim its current importance to and impact on our local and statewide economy. It’s satisfying to tell our story to visitors, residents, elected leaders, and other industries in our community and essential to continue to build opportunities for partnerships and collaboration. What’s even better is when someone else shares our narrative with others, which is why it is very exciting to announce that History Fort Lauderdale has selected MIASF to receive the Legacy Business Award and chosen the Denison Family to receive the Pioneer Family Award at its annual event, History Makers, on March 31st.

The History Makers event commends individuals and companies that have made an impact on the growth of the City of Fort Lauderdale and this year marks the first time the marine industry will be honored for its contribution to Fort Lauderdale’s reputation as the Yachting Capital of the World. History Fort Lauderdale has committed to installing a permanent maritime exhibit at its historic museum in downtown Fort Lauderdale and renderings for an all new maritime museum will be revealed at the History Makers event. I sincerely encourage MIASF members to attend in force to accept well-deserved acknowledgment for the decades of prosperity our industry has afforded our collective community. I hope to see you there!

Not all legacies are good ones, however, and the water and sewer infrastructure collapse that has embroiled the City recently is not the fault of the current administration, but is an example of what happens when leaders are not proactive in building capacity increases that align with new development. We applaud the current commitment of the City to answer the need for infrastructure improvements but bemoan the fact that they will be paid for in today’s dollars, as opposed to the prices of years gone by.

Which is why it is imperative that we begin addressing transportation infrastructure now. Almost any project that is in discussion today is 10 years away from completion. Whether it’s our East/West corridors, flyovers for the railroad, or an appropriate sized bridge over the New River, we need visionary elected officials who will make critical, transparent, and accountable decisions on the use of the transportation penny tax, with representation from someone who lives in the City of Fort Lauderdale to serve on the Broward County Commission. While today’s officials may not be responsible for today’s sewer pipe woes, today’s officials will surely be held responsible for tomorrow’s legacy of inaction if they don’t start focusing on transportation infrastructure, like yesterday.


Advocacy Report

Advocacy Report

This month, vice president, Lori Wheeler, and industry liaison, Patience Cohn, went to Washington, D.C. to address several issues of concern impacting the yachting community. Kitty McGowan from USSA and MIASF Member, Deb Radtke from American Yacht Agents, joined the group, along with MIASF lobbyist Duncan Smith. Visits included stops at the offices of Congressman Ted Deutch and Senator Marco Rubio to thank them for their support, which included a joint letter to the agencies requesting the consistent and correct issuance of visas to yacht crew visiting the U.S. on foreign-flagged vessels.

Meetings with the new staff responsible for the yachting community from both the Department of State (DOS) and Customs and Border Protection (CBP) were very productive and positive. The new assignment of CBP staff is actually a return to a previous person who comes with a strong understanding of the unique transient yachting community. DOS has updated the Field Advisory Manual (FAM) to include clarification of the appropriate visa to be issued for yachts and has also included the topic in their D.C. training sessions for officers in route to a consulate.

Several divisions of the U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) made time to meet with the team and reviewed the progress that has been made in writing the new regulation permitting the U.S. flagging of recreational vessels over 300 gross tons. The group discussed manning requirements and avoiding unintended consequences and met with the leadership responsible for review and approval of non-tank vessel response plans (NVRP), which currently take up to 60 days and vessels are forbidden from entering the U.S. without an approved plan. Staff asked for the industry to provide data and they would investigate options to facilitate a more efficient process.

All agencies were invited to participate in workshops on May 12th at the American Boating Congress. Members whose business is impacted by DOS, CBP and/or USCG are encouraged to attend this year. The value of meeting these officers and having a contact to call when the need arises will prove invaluable.

The FEC Railroad bridge on the New River is currently operating under a test deviation that assures a predictable opening for vessel traffic for the first 10 minutes of every hour, as well as staying open in the default position when not in use. The U.S. Coast Guard is accepting public comments on the deviation until March 30th. Click here if you wish to submit a formal comment.


Business Highlight - International Yacht Brokers Association

Business Highlight - International Yacht Brokers Association

With more than 1,500 members and growing, the International Yacht Brokers Association (IYBA) is the world's largest and most influential association for the yacht brokerage and charter industry. Established in 1987 and formerly known as the Florida Yacht Brokers Association, IYBA is dedicated to professionalism and ethics in all aspects of yacht transactions.

IYBA was created to unite those engaged in the yacht brokerage business for the purpose of promoting professionalism and cooperation among its members and to promote and maintain a high standard of conduct in the transacting of the yacht brokerage business. An IYBA established code of ethics encourages best practices when engaging in transactions with other member brokers and consumer protection is the premise for its increased level of professionalism. In the event of a disagreement amongst member brokers, the Ethics Committee is equipped to resolve disputes. IYBA maintains a presence at important industry events with the goal of removing barriers to commerce and improving consumer protections. IYBA also sponsors charitable events and assists in disaster relief efforts.

The Miami Yachts Show, held yearly in Miami, is owned jointly by the International Yacht Brokers Association and Informa Markets U.S. Boat Shows. The show represents a significant cornerstone of achievement to IYBA and the yacht brokerage community.


Faces in the Industry - Sarah Kelly, co-host of Salty Jobs

Faces in the Industry - Sarah Kelly, co-host of Salty Jobs

Tell us where you are from, what brought you to Florida, and how long you’ve lived here.

I’m originally from Huntington, West Virginia. I came to Florida to attend Nova Southeastern University to play basketball and I’ve lived here for about 2 and 1/2 years.

Where is your major in school and what position do you play on the basketball team?

I'm working on a master’s degree in organizational leadership. On the court, my position is anywhere from a point guard to a forward.

How did you initially become interested in broadcasting and being on camera?

I don’t really remember when I first became interested in broadcasting, but I do know I’ve always been super comfortable on camera and I have an outgoing personality that works pretty well for television.

What is your favorite thing about filming Salty Jobs episode? Favorite thing you’ve done during an episode?

My favorite thing about filming Salty Jobs is always doing something new and exciting. Every episode we get to go experience a day’s work in someone else’s career. My favorite episode so far was Resolve Marine Group, because when we were in the water bunker it felt so real. In this bunker we had to plug all the holes before the water filled it completely. This was really challenging but also extremely fun.

Describe any other organizations or events which you are involved

Right now, the only organization I’m involved in is basketball. We practice every day and have games twice a week, so it keeps me pretty busy. I also created a show called J.A.W.S.S, where I interview student athletes at NSU and get to know them a little better.

Tell us about your hobbies and what kinds of things you do for fun

I love spending time with my dog, Remi. Anything outdoors, hiking, biking, going to the beach, taking photos and making videos. Sometimes I’m a busybody and love to be doing things, but I also definitely enjoy laying on the couch and watching Netflix.


News - Claim Your Future Showcase

News - Claim Your Future Showcase

MIASF director of development and host of the Salty Jobs video series, Sean Smith, participated in the fourth annual Claim Your Future Showcase organized by the Greater Fort Lauderdale Alliance and Broward County Public Schools on February 18th at the BB&T Center. More than 1,000 high school juniors participated in the event and learned about the jobs and career paths the marine industry has to offer.


News - Elevator Pitch Competition Judges Needed

News - Elevator Pitch Competition Judges Needed

Judges are needed! The third annual Elevator Pitch Competition is underway. Several judges will be needed Wednesday, March 11th at 11:30 a.m. at South Broward High School and Thursday, April 16th at 9:30 a.m. at MIASF’s Flagship Room. Judges will be asked to score the participants using a standard rubric, focusing on professional dress, presence, industry knowledge, persuasion, and overall quality.

Pared down from more than 100 participating Broward High School Marine Magnet students, five finalists will emerge on April 16th immediately prior to an MIASF Better Business Luncheon where the winner will be announced. Past judges have said judging this competition is a rewarding and fulfilling experience and highly recommend it. Contact info@miasf.org to volunteer!


News - 24th Annual Plywood Regatta

News - 24th Annual Plywood Regatta

MIASF will host the 24th annual Plywood Regatta on April 4th and 5th in Dania Beach. More than 300 students will spend two days designing, building, and racing their plywood creations. Sponsors, mentors and volunteers are needed. This is a worthwhile and fun-filled weekend with great opportunities for team building, teamwork, and boundless creativity. Contact nicole@miasf.org for all the details.


News - MIASF Board of Directors Election Process

News - MIASF Board of Directors Election Process

The MIASF Board of Directors election process, which is prescribed in the association’s by-laws, began this month with the naming of the Nominating Committee, chaired this year by David Reed. The Nominating Committee presented a slate of 10 nominees to the Board of Directors, which was approved at the February meeting. The official slate, with instructions for self-nominations, will be sent to members following the March Board of Directors meeting. This year, MIASF’s Annual Dinner and Awards Ceremony will be held on Saturday, May 16th at the Marriott Harbor Beach Resort, where MIASF will celebrate its 60th anniversary with a Diamond Jubilee, and the winners of the Board of Directors election will be announced.


News - Mission of Hope Progress

News - Mission of Hope Progress

Mission of Hope, one of our community partners in the ongoing recovery of Hurricane Dorian’s hardest hit areas of the Bahamas, has provided a brief update of their activities on the island since December and we are pleased to share it with you.

For the last six weeks, Mission of Hope has worked on clearing and repairing facilities at Camp Abaco and were able to help the camp begin housing other construction volunteers by mucking out houses, supply buildings, and a chapel, and repairing multiple roofs. They also mucked out two additional buildings and tarped a church roof. They successfully brought a container of supplies from the U.S. to repair another building being used as housing for a family who lost their home in the hurricane. Additionally, they have been volunteering for an after-care program at a church that is doubling as a school and a supply distribution center.   


Member News - Bradford Marine

Member News - Bradford Marine

Bradford Marine has entered into an agreement to purchase the Billfish Marina, a repair and marina facility in Fort Lauderdale. The acquisition of Billfish Marina and its affiliated entities, PipeWelders Marine, P&R Canvas, and High Seas Technology, is expected to close in April and both properties will continue operations as normal with the Bradford Marine, Billfish Marina, and other affiliate names intact.

Fort Lauderdale Yacht Harbor COO, Michael Kelly, said the acquisition of Bradford Marine last year allowed the company to start becoming an integral part of the local marine community to help grow the $8.9 billion marine industry economic impact in Broward County, and purchasing Billfish Marina and its affiliated companies reinforces the company’s commitment to that goal.


Member News - Derecktor Dania

Member News - Derecktor Dania

Richard Doolin, known as Dickie, the former parts manager at Derecktor Dania, died on January 29th at the age of 91. He had been a familiar face at the yard during his 24 years with the company. He joined Derecktor in 1996 and was a diligent and reliable employee throughout the years. He ran the stockroom, taking care of stocking inventory and the distribution of parts and materials to all the trades. Mr. Doolin ran the stockroom at Hatteras for a dozen years and worked at Broward Marine in the 1980s before that.


Member News - Ward's Marine Electric

Member News - Ward's Marine Electric

Ward Eshleman II, president and CEO of Ward’s Marine Electric, began his second term as chairman of the American Boat and Yacht Council (ABYC) board of directors during the organization’s annual meeting in New Orleans in January. Ward has been a member of ABYC since 1981 and his volunteer service to the organization started as a member of the electrical primary technical committee, for which he has served as committee chair for the past 10 years.

Additional congratulations to Ward’s Marine Electric on its upcoming 70th anniversary celebration. Ward's Marine Electric is a third-generation family-owned and operated marine electrical company that has become known as the premier provider of everything marine electric. Its mission is to continue to earn the respect of those who have come to depend on Ward’s in South Florida and in ports-of-call around the globe.


Member News - Soundings Trade Only

Member News - Soundings Trade Only

Soundings Trade Only magazine named Jeff Moser as editor-in-chief. Moser replaces Michael Verdon, who is leaving to take another position in the industry. Moser was most recently executive editor at Power & Motoryacht, a sister magazine to Soundings Trade Only. He took over as chief editor of Soundings Trade Only at the Progressive Miami International Boat Show.


Member News - MMA Winners

Member News - MMA Winners

The Marine Marketers of America announced the winners of its 2019 Neptune Awards at the Miami International Boat Show. The awards drew 150 entries in 20 categories, and more than 50 marketing professionals served as judges. Winners included Marine Max for Best Sales Promotion, SeaTow for B2B Marketing and Newsletters, and IYBA for Best Newsletter Print and Digital. Congratulations to all the winners!


Upcoming Event - March's Maritime Monday

Upcoming Event - March's Maritime Monday

You won’t want to miss March’s Maritime Monday! Join your fellow MIASF members on March 2nd from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. for networking, food, drink, and fun at YOT Bar & Kitchen, with 360° waterway views and a cool, blue vibe located at the edge of the Lauderdale Marine Center. Members and guests receive their first drink and light bites courtesy of MIASF.


Upcoming Event - History Makers

Upcoming Event - History Makers

History Fort Lauderdale’s annual fundraiser, History Makers, will recognize the contribution the Marine Industries Association of South Florida has made to Fort Lauderdale and will honor pioneers in boatbuilding, the Denison Family, on Wednesday, March 31st from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at the Superyacht Pavilion at Pier Sixty-Six South. Sponsorships, journal ads, and individual tickets are still available. For more information, contact Patricia Zeiler at pzeiler@flhc.org.


Upcoming Event - The 43rd Annual Broward County Waterway Cleanup

Upcoming Event - The 43rd Annual Broward County Waterway Cleanup

We can’t wait to see you at the 43rd Annual Broward County Waterway Cleanup from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. on Saturday, March 7th! Choose a location from a list of 35 sites around Broward County and make plans to join us at the Trash Bash – the “Thank You” party for volunteers held immediately following the cleanup at 1:30 p.m., with a catered cook-out including burgers, dogs, sausage, and all the fixins, there’s even a veggie option! (The location of the Trash Bash will be revealed upon check-in at your site location on cleanup day.) Many thanks to presenting sponsors Florida Inland Navigation District and National Marine Suppliers. All volunteers receive the coveted WWCU T-shirt with unique artwork created especially for the event by local artist, Steve Diossy. There’s still time to donate a raffle prize and volunteer to help at the Trash Bash. Contact nicole@miasf.org for more information.


Past Event - Broward County Waterway Cleanup Kick-off Party

Past Event - Broward County Waterway Cleanup Kick-off Party

Thank you to everyone who attended the Broward County Waterway Cleanup Kick-off Party on February 6th at the Flagship Room. Sponsored by the National Save the Sea Turtles Foundation, the Kick-off allows MIASF to sign up volunteers, reveal the poster and t-shirt artwork, and distribute banners and flyers to promote the event. Throw in some food and drinks – and it’s a party!


Past Event - The Chris Hixon Memorial Run/Walk

Past Event - The Chris Hixon Memorial Run/Walk

The Chris Hixon Memorial Run/Walk took place on a beautiful morning on February 15th. The 5K run, organized by South Broward High School Marine Magnet Coordinator, Debbi Hixon, honored the memory of her late husband Chris Hixon, a victim of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting that took place on February 14, 2018. MIASF’s digital media and outreach coordinator, Megan Piggott, took home a first-place medal in her bracket for running the 5K in 4:40. Don’t let her fool you, Megan’s got mad skills!


Salty Jobs

Salty Jobs

The latest episode of Salty Jobs stars co-hosts Sean Smith and Sarah Kelly, who tackle the hospitality side of superyacht crew training and practice survival skills in a simulated environment at Bluewater Crew Training. See this, and all the salty episodes at www.saltyjobs.org

Job Highlight

Job Description – Machinist Apprentice

MarQuipt, an established marine equipment fabrication company in Pompano Beach seeks Machinist Apprentice.

Responsibilities / Skills:

·         Strong mechanical aptitude;

·         Understanding of fractional/decimal inch based measurement system;  

·         Ability to read prints/drawings; 

·         Proficient use of digital/dial caliper, micrometer, dial indicator, tape measure. 

·         Familiarity with use of lathe, mill, drill press, belt sander, band saw, pneumatic hand tools. 

·         Excellent math skills; Ability to read and write at a high school equivalent level.

·         Attention to detail;  

·         Ability to work with others;  

·         Handle materials manually (up to 50 pounds), or using an overhead lift/hoist;  English language.

Career Level: 1-2 years of experience
Education: High School Diploma/GED

 

Job Description – Aluminum, Stainless Steel Fabricator/Welder 

Job Summary:

Fitting and welding of aluminum and stainless steel parts using MIG/TIG processes for leading marine equipment manufacturer in Pompano Beach.

Responsibilities:

·         Use hand-held equipment to join or cut metal parts.

·         MIG and TIG weld steel, aluminum and stainless steel components based on the specifications of blueprints and/or drawings.

·         Study blueprints, sketches, or specifications

·         Calculate the dimensions of parts to be welded

·         Inspect structures or materials to be welded

·         Ignite torches or start power supplies

·         Monitor the welding process to avoid overheating

·         Maintain equipment and machinery

·         Operate machinery used in the production process and assist machine operator

·         Assemble items as instructed by floor supervisor

·         Follow safety and quality standards

·         Work with team members

·         Lift raw materials, final assemblies, and items for fitment manually up to 50 pounds or using overhead crane/hoist.

 

Job Description – Product Assembler

MarQuipt, an established marine equipment fabrication company in Pompano Beach seeks product assembler.

Job Summary:  Mechanical Assembly and testing of yacht cranes, passerelle, gangways, davits.

Responsibilities / Skills:

Assemble products according to Engineering/Manufacturing documentation.
Maintain documentation for labor hour records, work order processing and production documentation.
Ability to read blueprints, diagrams, schematics; must be able to understand and assemble hydraulics and electrical components.
Ability to use all mechanics tools and operate a crane.
Good oral and written communication skills.
Ability to read and write at a high school equivalent level.
Ability to work in a team environment is essential.
Cleans, assembles, disassembles, and replaces parts as required.
Install hydraulic tubing, hoses, pumps, motors, including system testing.
Install conduit, wiring as well as terminate connections.
Test functional performance of assembled equipment/systems.
Career Level: 3-5 years of experience
Education: High School Diploma/GED

Benefits include employer sponsored health plan, vacation, and 401K.

Job Type: Full-time

Compensation:  Negotiable, based on ability and experience

Application Questions

Submit resume to applyhere101@gmail.com
Describe your mechanical aptitude?
Do you have documentation to show eligibility for employment in USA?
What is the highest level of education you have completed?
Are you able to commute to work in Pompano Beach, FL 33069?
Send resume and list of references for review.


Past Event - Maritime Monday

Past Event - Maritime Monday

Maritime Monday was held on February 3rd at the rooftop bar at Tryp by Wyndham with a great group of members who enjoyed drinks, food, networking, and amazing views.


Did You Know?

Did You Know?

Did you know Sean is leaving? After becoming engaged last year, Sean Smith and his fiancé, Juli, have made the difficult decision to leave South Florida and relocate to the northeast U.S. Sean’s last full day at MIASF was Thursday, February 20th, however he will continue to work part-time until he and Julie are settled. As a native Wisconsinite and life-long hockey player, Sean is looking forward to the change of seasons and Juli’s anxious to get some time on the slopes snowboarding when she’s not healing pets as a veterinarian.

Sean started with MIASF in 2014 as an intern while working on his MBA at Nova Southeastern University. As his role evolved into his current position as director of development, Sean worked tirelessly to elevate the membership and workforce/education committees to impressive levels, with many successful Better Business Lunches, Maritime Mondays, Member Mingles, faculty and B.R.A.C.E. advisor field trips, job fairs, and the creation of the first-ever Yacht Service Technician Apprenticeship program at Atlantic Technical College. But Sean’s claim to fame will no doubt be as the host of Salty Jobs, MIASF’s video series designed to attract workers to marine industry jobs and careers. With an inventory of more than 30 of the popular five-minute videos played throughout the Broward County Public Schools, Broward College, at community events, and during the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, Sean’s smiling face will remain a fixture in South Florida for years to come.

Although we are indeed sad to see them go, MIASF staff and the leadership of the Board of Directors wish Sean and Juli all the best for the future. Please take a moment to wish Sean well when you see him during the coming weeks.


New Members

New Members

REGULAR MEMBERS:

 

CF Boatworks, Inc.

Carol Coffman

Email: carol@cfboats.com 

Website: www.cfboats.com 

3340 SW 2nd Ave.

Fort Lauderdale, FL 33315

Phone: (954) 707-3190

Company Description: CF Boatworks is a family owned and operated boat repair and wood boat building facility. We specialize in hydraulic repairs of gangways, steering systems, swim platform lifts, electrical systems, monitoring and remote control, marine electronics, security and video systems, audio visual, satellite tv, lighting, and also perform woodwork, metal restorations, build custom wood boats and more. We can handle just about any size job. Our techs are highly experienced and will get the job done right the first time. Call us today!

 

Coastal Conservation Association Florida

Mike Lambrechts

Email: mikelambrechts0@gmail.com 

Website: www.ccaflorida.org 

4061 Forrestal Ave., Suite 8

Orlando, FL 32806

Phone: (954) 830-0133

Company Description: CCA is a membership-based nonprofit organization dedicated to the conservation of Florida’s marine resources. As a member advocate, you become a part of the leading voice for positive and meaningful change to Florida’s marine fisheries, habitat, waterways, coasts, and more.

 

C-Systems and Services

Patrick Brown

Email: pbrown@csshydraulics.com 

Website: www.csshydraulics.com 

170 NE 32nd Ct.

Oakland Park, FL 33334

Phone: (954) 772-1200

Company Description: Skilled experts in marine Hydraulic, Electrical, and Pneumatic systems.

 

Eagle Extended Service Protection Corporation

Jason Demaske

Email: jay@eagleesp.com 

Website: www.eagleesp.com 

6150 Parkland Blvd., Suite 200

Mayfield Heights, OH 44124

Phone: (800) 377-3269

Company Description: Eagle Extended Service Protection Corporation, Cleveland, Ohio, where customer education is the backbone of our business!  We offer an expansive range of coverage at affordable rates on your RV and Powersports vehicles with no minimum quotas.  Now offering Marine Watercraft plans with one of the only exclusionary coverages in the industry.  With 24/7 in-house claims administration, we provide quick payment turnaround and claims resolution in two calls or less. Our knowledge and dedication to the industry along with our motto of Service, Integrity & Trust aid us in providing the service customers deserve.

 

Florida Nautical Surveyors, Inc.

Malcolm Elliot

Email: malcolm@fnsurveyors.com 

Website: www.floridanauticalsurveyors.com 

2727 NE 32nd St.

Fort Lauderdale, FL 33306

Phone: (954) 801-2140

Company Description: Worldwide yacht surveying company carrying out pre-purchase, insurance, valuation, refit and new construction projects. Pre-qualified as an expert witness in Federal and State courts. Contracted by the USCG for audio gauge work.

 

Sea3Systems LLC

Dan Hanes

Email: dan.hanes@seas3-systems.com 

Website: www.sea3-systems.com 

918 N K St.

Lake Worth, FL 33460

Phone: (561) 404-4243

Company Description: Sea3 Systems is a naval architecture and engineering design company specializing in systems integration. We design and blend electrical, mechanical, structural, hydrodynamic, communications, and software elements into finely tuned and highly automated vessels. 

Our staff of professional engineers are specialists in electric and hybrid propulsion systems, advanced onboard high-voltage DC power distribution systems and sophisticated sensors and software.

 

Videoworks of Americas, Inc.

Brooke Joiner

Email: bjoiner@videoworksgroup.com 

Website: www.videoworksgroup.com 

632 SW 4th Ave. 

Fort Lauderdale, FL 33315

Company Description: The artisans at Videoworks Group are 'the makers of dreams,' innovators of AV/IT system integration for the most exclusive clients. Each system is custom designed, built, programmed, factory-tested, installed and commissioned by its highly skilled team of specialists. The Videoworks of Americas, Inc. office in Fort Lauderdale is dedicated to exceeding clients' expectations in the service and refit industries.

 

ASSOCIATE MEMBERS:

 

Marsh & McLennan Agency

Nick DeSantis

Email: ndesantis@nmma-fl.com 

Website: www.mma-fl.com 

1000 Corporate Dr.

Fort Lauderdale, FL 33334

Phone: (954) 233-2488

Company Description: Marsh & McLennan Agency is the global leader in insurance brokering and innovative risk management solutions, meeting the needs of mid-sized businesses across the country.

With every client interaction, we bring a powerful combination of professional advice on program structure, market knowledge, experience and expertise in the marine industry, competitive prices, and local resources and service professionals. In today’s increasingly uncertain business environment, Marsh & McLennan Agency helps clients to not only survive but thrive.

 

Two Beagles LLC

Janet Granger

Email: janet@janetgranger.com 

Website: www.janetgranger.com 

314 SW 23rd St.

Fort Lauderdale, FL 33315

Phone: (203) 521-1752

Company Description: Successful marketing generates results: sales, revenues, growing your brand, more people in your door or visiting your website.

- Are you frustrated because your marketing doesn't generate results?

- Are you always chasing new customers?

- Do you lose great customers that you have?

- Does it feel impossible to reach the right person: the captain, crew or owner?