Hi-Tide Boat Lifts Launches Non-Proﬁt Organization Kids On Track
November 2017 –501(c)(3) program to beneﬁt children across the United States. Hi-Tide Boat Lifts, the leading boat lift manufacturer in the industry, is excited to announce that it is creating opportunities through its Kids on Track program by becoming a 501(c)(3) non-profit.
Hi-Tide Boat Lifts Announces 2017 ‘Kids on Track’ Program
February 2017 – Hi-Tide Boat Lifts, a leader in the boat lift manufacturing industry, has announced the start of its 2017 ‘Kids on Track’ program, which will ‘lift’ the spirits and inspire the dreams of children throughout the country by providing them with unique access to INDYCAR racing events in the Mazda Road to Indy Presented by Cooper Tires series.
Hi-Tide Boat Lifts: Fast, custom solutions drive growth for a market-leading producer
November 2016 – Florida leads the country with more than 900,000 boats registered in the state. From personal watercraft and dinghies to fishing boats and yachts, the Sunshine State has no shortage of boats puttering around its coasts, lakes and swamps.
US Builders Review Announces Best of the United States 2016 Honorees
August 2016 – Since 2013, US Builders Review has recognized construction and building companies from across the country that have committed their enterprises to success, satisfied employees, and superior products and services through the annual Best of the United States awards.
Hi-Tide Boat Lifts Selected as US Builders Review
2016 Best of the United States Honoree
FT. PIERCE, FL (July 18, 2016) — US Builders, a business-to-business trade journal striving to build strong connections within the many sectors of the U.S. construction industry, has recognized Hi-Tide Boat Lifts as an honoree for its 2016 Best of the United States awards.
Do something special on Father’s Day to make memories with Dad:
June 2016 – I love Father’s Day. It’s a great opportunity to honor fathers and the father figures in your life.
According to the report “Fathers and Their Impact on Children’s Well-Being,” “Even from birth, children who have an involved father are more likely to be emotionally secure, be confident to explore their surroundings, and, as they grow older, have better social connections.”
Stuart Boat Show 2016: Hi-Tide lifting more than just boats:
January 2016 – Hi-Tide Boat Lifts, of Fort Pierce, will be part of this weekend’s Stuart Boat Show. Company president Craig Wood announced a plan this week that will give back to Treasure Coast communities through the “Kids on Track” program.
Nine On-Board Safety Reminders for Labor Day Boaters:
August 2015 – Follow Coast Guard on-board requirements: Not only can having items like a horn or whistle, a charged fire extinguisher, navigation lights and life jackets potentially thwart a disaster, but not having them can result in hefty fines from the Coast Guard. Make sure to check the entire list of requirements before you head out to open water.
Hi-Tide Boat Lifts Announces New President
FT. PIERCE, Fla. (Jan. 5, 2015) — Hi-Tide Boat Lifts, a leader in the boat lift manufacturing industry, has named former Vice President of Operations Carlos Quinones as its new company president.
US Builders Review:
Winter 2013 – Hi-Tide Boat Lifts (Hi-Tide) was established in 1979 to create a superior boat lift for waterfront homeowners. With a love of the water and a desire to manufacture an innovative and durable alternative to the standard four-post vertical boat lift, Donald Wood, founder of Hi-Tide, established a niche. From Hi-Tides’ one manufacturing facility in Fort Pierce, Fla., the company has grown to serve an impressive geographic area over the years. Today Craig Wood, Donald’s son and president of Hi-Tide, runs the company with the help of 32 dedicated employees.
Great Lakes Scuttlebutt:
September 2012 – Purchasing a boat eventually entails add ons and electronic upgrades and then you have to figure out how to preserve the now-improved vessel to YOUR standards.
For me, I wanted a lifting mechanism to keep the boat out of the water when not in use to both preserve the bottom and avoid surges at the dock from current, tides and wakes from other boaters. This all points to getting a permanent boat lift, right?