Rawson VP Operations, Deep Blue Marine

Tuesday, September 01, 2009

Deep Blue Marine Inc. announced that the company has appointed William Rawson formally of Key West Florida as VP of Operations. Rawson has worked for the company since 2006 as the captain of the recovery vessel Cap N Tracy.

Rawson has provided the company with a wealth of knowledge in many areas including artifact recovery, seaman ship and business skills. Rawson began his career on the ocean at the age of 15 and has spent his entire life plying the trades of the sea. He spent several years as captain of his own fishing boat in the Florida Keys.  Rawson has worked in the recovery business for a total of eight years both part time and full time.

(www.alldeepblue.com)

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