Sea Tow Announces New Delaware Bay Franchise

(Press Release)
Tuesday, June 05, 2012

Sea Tow Services International Inc., announces the opening of Sea Tow Delmarva, owned and operated by Capt. Hank Fulmer.

 

Sea Tow Delmarva serves boaters along the coasts of Delaware and Maryland on Delaware Bay, from Slaughter Beach Inlet south to and including Lewes and Rehoboth, Del., and Indian River Inlet and Ocean City, Md. Capt. Fulmer and his staff of U.S. Coast Guard-licensed Sea Tow Captains operate three boats out of Slaughter Beach Inlet, Ocean City, and Indian River Inlet, and may add a fourth boat to the Sea Tow Delmarva fleet in the next year.

"We're excited that Capt. Fulmer has joined our long list of Sea Tow operator Captains nationwide," said Capt. Joseph Frohnhoefer, Sea Tow's founder and CEO. "With the addition of Sea Tow Delmarva, even more boaters will have access to the many services Sea Tow provides."

Capt. Fulmer brings to Sea Tow his experience as a former firefighter and EMT for the Voorhees Volunteer Fire Department in New Jersey. He holds both an OUPV Captain's and Master Electrician license. He has worked with a variety of electrical contractors over the years, and also has managed his own electrical business. Capt. Fulmer ran a charter fishing business for three years on Delaware Bay.

"We are excited to bring Sea Tow to this new location on Delaware Bay," Fulmer said. "I look forward to meeting our valued Sea Tow members, as well as to providing boaters in and around Delaware Bay with peace of mind and the highest level of customer service."

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