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December 22, 2008
RIBCRAFT On The Move
With all the doom and gloom over what seems to be a daily worsening of the economy out there, I thought it would be a nice change to share some good news with you. As most boat builders are scaling back production and in some cases closing down for good, we at RIBCRAFT are very fortunate to be growing and expanding. RIBs continue to gain popularity as more and more marine professionals and recreational boaters choose them because of their inherent efficiencies and unsurpassed performance over solid sided boats. We are pleased to announce that we have expanded our production facilities to meet the growing demand from professional and recreational customers for RIBs. This increased production capacity will allow us to continue to meet this rising demand. As part of our expansion, our corporate offices will be moving into the same building as production which are currently located a little over a mile apart. We will be in our new...
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December 03, 2008
Buying a Boat - A Smart Investment
As consumers, the economic down turn we've been hearing so much about in the media and experiencing first hand, makes us take pause, question our financial choices, and re-evaluate spending habits. At the same time it helps puts things into perspective and remember what's truly important, our families, friends and personal relationships. The current economic conditions have people nervous and that fear is reflected in lower sales on high priced items such as electronics, cars, and even boats. The recent stock market losses and news that we're officially in a recession have made people extremely frugal, but it's easy to forget a couple important things as Ron Lieber wrote in a recent article in the New York Times. He said that the vast majority of Americans aren't going to lose their jobs and that most of us work not simply for subsistence but so that we can spend money on things and experiences that bring us some form of contentment....
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