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Finish Line is dedicated to repairing your shells.
Winterizing The BoatDecember 8, 2016 · 0 Comments
Its getting cold and living close to the beach, I see people posting articles about winterizing their boats. This got me thinking, I haven’t seen anyone post anything about winterizing rowing shells, so I Googled “winterize rowing shells”. I found what appears to be an older USRowing Article on winterizing your boathouse top to bottom.
Newest Employee – Expanding the ReachNovember 2, 2016 · 0 Comments
On November 1st we welcomed Danny Izguerro to the team. He has spent the last 6 months with Van Dusen Racing Shells. Danny is from Chicago and has spent his rowing career with Lincoln Park Rowing. He will be spending the next few months with Sandy and Mike learning the ins and outs of boat
The New Space – size really mattersAugust 16, 2016 · 0 Comments
It’s been quite a year for Finish Line Shell Repair. At the onset of 2016 we made a decision to expand and grow the business to new heights. This was right after a major legal battle with a US Manufacturer of racing shells and a very successful winter of repairing boats. I remember walking into
Spring Season – 2016 GoalsApril 8, 2016 · 0 Comments
It’s been quite awhile since I posted an update on Finish Line. So much has happened since our “year in review” blog post back in December. I talked about growing from adversity. I talked about building a company. This year is ALL about growth and testing our limits. We have lofty goals for 2016. We
How America Was BuiltJanuary 5, 2016 · 0 Comments
In the 1960’s, the USA was up against a juggernaut called RUSSIA. To win a battle (not the war), they wanted to be the first country on the surface of the moon. None of this is new to you. So, in an announcement to the world, the US declared they would reach the surface of
Year in Review – What a Year!December 28, 2015 · 0 Comments
I’ve read somewhere that the hardest year an Entrepreneur has is their 3rd year. Maybe “they” are right. This Christmas, I had a chance to reflect on the failures and successes of this year. I also thought about the wild moments and the hard ones. I would have to say that this year was the