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Bristol Company Vows To Move Forward

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By: Liz Tufts

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A Bristol powerboat company is vowing to move on after its beloved owner died.

Michael Fiore suffered severe injuries this week, after a boating accident in Missouri. His business partner and father are working to keep his dream alive.

Inside Outerlimits Offshore Powerboat Company in Bristol, employees are hard at work transforming this mold of wood into this high speed powerboat, but one key person is missing.

Everything under this roof, from start to finish, is a vision of 44–year–old Michael Fiore who started the company when he was just 24-year-old.

“Michael loved boating he wanted to build a fast boat, a light weight boat something was efficient, “ says Brian McLaughlin.

Last weekend, Fiore was involved in a tragic boating accident in Missouri. He died Tuesday from his injuries... leaving a hole in this tight knit family business.

His business partner Brian McLaughlin says that vision won't be lost, in fact.. he along with Fiore's father... are taking over the reigns, making sure Michael's visions and dreams will continue for years to come.

“We're going to go forward and keep everything together for Michael's memory, “ says McLaughlin.

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