Medina Gets Order for Firehawk 37

Tuesday, December 29, 2009

Medina International Holdings, Inc. received an order for a Firehawk 37 boat from Lake Norman Fire Department through its wholly owned subsidiary Harbor Guard Boats, Inc.

"This is a significant order for us and we are very pleased to receive this order, as this is the first order for a 37' fire rescue boat going to North Carolina," said Daniel Medina, CEO of Medina International Holdings, Inc. "This boat, when delivered, will be put into service on Lake Norman, North Carolina. The Firehawk 37' is a perfect choice for the missions the fire department anticipates, and we are certain they will be satisfied with the Firehawk 37' boat's unique and patented features."

(www.medinaih.com)
 

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