Paradox Marine Receives Coast Guard Medal

Thursday, January 29, 2009
From left: Jonathan Ocasio (Product Specialist), Brian Kane (Director of R & D), Jay Keenan (Vice President), Marc Curreri (President) and JC Ocasio (Senior Product Specialist).

Wireless boat security systems supplier Paradox Marine has received a medal from the US Coast Guard in recognition of its product, the Nav-Tracker 2.0 GPS Tracking System. The system helped the Coast Guard recover a stolen boat in the Bahamas last September 17.

A 34 ft Contender equipped with the Paradox Marine Nav-Tracker 2.0 GPS tracking system, stolen from Marsh Harbor in the Bahamas, was located by the system and recovered in the vicinity by the US Coast Guard about 12 hours later.

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