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CURD BUOYS In The News

2012
Curd Buoys offers solutions for Lowcountry boaters, marinas
June 2012 Charleston Regional Business Journal
Drive along any Lowcountry waterway and you’ll see docks covered with tires and other makeshift solutions for protecting boats and docks. Always the problem solver, the team at Curd Buoys in Mount Pleasant created Carole’s DockAbsorber®, a 36-inch plastic bumper that eliminates the need for short-term solutions like tires.
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2011
Hospice Foundation annouces project with CURD BUOYS
September 2011 Moultrie News
Hospice of Charleston Foundation announces that it will be the beneficiary of proceeds from a new product made by Curd Buoys. Carole’s Dock Absorber was recently launched as a new line for the Mount Pleasant company, and a portion of the sales of these dock bumpers will be contributed to the foundation.
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CURD BUOYS Unveils New Dock Bumper for 2011 Boating Season
July 2011 Coastal Angler Magazine
Over the past year, engineers at Curd Buoys have been inspired to produce a durable and reliable dock bumper. This July, Curd Buoys will introduce a new line of dock bumpers and will debut the first product of the series, Carole’s Dock Absorber.
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2009
Job Generator? Federal stimulus money boosted S.C. companies...
November 2009 Post & Courier

It started as a routine order for 67 floating buoys at Curd Enterprises Inc., a Mount Pleasant plastics manufacturer. After company officials won a $7,654 federal contract earlier this year, workers packaged buoys they had in stock and shipped them to Tennessee, where the Army Corps of Engineers was going to help boaters safely navigate Carr Creek and Buckhorn Lake.

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2007
No-wake War Zone
July 2007 Post & Courier

A boater heeds the state Department of Natural Resources buoy near the Isle of Palms Marina. It seems to happen just about every time you try to put your boat in the water: Some guy in a center console comes plowing by, throwing a tsunami, rocking your world.

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2004
PLastic firm's flexability meets challenges
January 2004 Post & Courier

A boater heeds the state Department of Natural Resources buoy near the Isle of Palms Marina. It seems to happen just about every time you try to put your boat in the water: Some guy in a center console comes plowing by, throwing a tsunami, rocking your world.

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Curd Enterprises, Inc.
476 Long Point Road
Mt. Pleasant, SC 29464
800-968-3091
phone: 843-881-0323
fax: 843-881-0655

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