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Pontoon maker opens new era

Posted: Monday, April 26, 2010 1:00 pm

OWOSSO TOWNSHIP — An area watercraft manufacturer soon could be back to business after being acquired by a group of Michigan investors.

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  • minskleonard posted at 9:53 am on Thu, Apr 29, 2010.

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    I worked here years ago and this place was a madhouse! Everyone was either arguing or worried about getting fired by Maury. Maury was this sickly old grouch of an owner that walked around with his walker eye balling everyone's work. He personally gave me a raise as a kind gesture and in the next breath he threatened to fire me if I told anyone about the raise. A guy named Jim added to the nonsense by telling "Maury" stories. How Maury had fired this person for this and canned this person for that. Everyday someone was loosing their mind and screaming like an idiot. There was a guy who ran the "cutting room" whose sole purpose was to make himself look like a great person and lie about others to get them fired. What a nut-hou

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