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Old 01-17-2019, 08:45 AM
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Rising to the challenge of producing daily news of the high-performance powerboating world is a privilege and—for the most part—an absolute joy, https://www.offshoreonly.com/article...g-10-years-old.

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Congrats and thank-you Matt for all that you do for this industry(that is a livelihood for so many and a passion for many more)...even when it seemed like the industry was at the brink of collapse your stories of the companies and projects that were still active and exciting were a breath of fresh air when everything else seemed so dismal

This may sound a bit dramatic but you guys have played an important role in this industry/hobby and because of that an important role in many lives....no fake news....just keeping it real

Look for forward to many more years
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Originally Posted by Bullhead View Post
Congrats and thank-you Matt for all that you do for this industry(that is a livelihood for so many and a passion for many more)...even when it seemed like the industry was at the brink of collapse your stories of the companies and projects that were still active and exciting were a breath of fresh air when everything else seemed so dismal

This may sound a bit dramatic but you guys have played an important role in this industry/hobby and because of that an important role in many lives....no fake news....just keeping it real

Look for forward to many more years
I think I can speak for Jason Johnson when I say we are beyond flattered and humbled. Support like this is inspiring.

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Keep up the great work All !!!!!!!
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Congrats, Matt and Jason. It doesn't seem like 10 years. I hope you have enjoyed it as much as I have. The performance boating world would not be anywhere as enjoyable without Speed on the Water and winter would be way too long.

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Originally Posted by Padraig View Post
Congrats, Matt and Jason. It doesn't seem like 10 years. I hope you have enjoyed it as much as I have. The performance boating world would not be anywhere as enjoyable without Speed on the Water and winter would be way too long.

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Originally Posted by Bullhead View Post
Congrats and thank-you Matt for all that you do for this industry(that is a livelihood for so many and a passion for many more)...even when it seemed like the industry was at the brink of collapse your stories of the companies and projects that were still active and exciting were a breath of fresh air when everything else seemed so dismal

This may sound a bit dramatic but you guys have played an important role in this industry/hobby and because of that an important role in many lives....no fake news....just keeping it real

Look for forward to many more years

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Congrats, Matt and Jason! Time sure does fly. Keep up the great work!
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Matt & Jason,

With the demise of Powerboat Magazine, most of us were left with no place to go for intelligent, well written and well illustrated information on our favorite subject - powerboats. You guys not only stepped in, but stepped it up too. Thank you so much for your hard work and enthusiasm! Oh, and keep it up too!

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Congrats on 10 years! Thank you for all you do!
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