Submitted by Kelly Marcimo
Full Throttle Marine and More, a new boat and marine craft repair service, plans its grand opening for this Sunday, April 21. Offering a new choice for boat and jet ski owners in Central Mass to have their equipment serviced. Full Throttle Marine provides a full complement of services.
The grand opening celebration features a ribbon cutting ceremony with state Rep. Matthew Beaton, R-Shrewsbury, and includes tours of the facility as well as the opportunity to schedule spring service appointments. Food and refreshments from a few of the fine eating establishments associated with the Lake Quinsigamond recreation are featured.
“Opening my own shop and being able to work one on one with my customers has been a dream of mine for a long time,” says Brett Marcimo, owner of Full Throttle Marine and More. “I am extremely thankful for the support of my family and friends and look forward to greeting everyone at the open house. My strength that will set me apart from the rest is my ability to understand my customer’s needs to get fast and reliable service at a fair price. It is my goal to earn the trust of each customer and have a loyal following. I want to know my customers well, and be their go-to place. My number one job is 'keeping you full speed ahead!'"
Conveniently located on Route 20, less than a mile from the Oak Island Boat Ramp, Full Throttle Marine sits on the waters edge of the connector to Lake Quinsigamond from Flint Pond.
Full Throttle Marine offers marine watercraft repairs. The shop is located on Route 20, 152 Hartford Turnpike, Shrewsbury MA. Full Throttle Marine provides Boat and engine repair, Jet Ski repair, On and Off Water Services, Motor Diagnostics, Electrical Troubleshooting, Accessories Installation, Fiberglass and Gel Coat Work, Winterization, Spring start up, Shrink wrap and Storage, Bottom wash and Detailing. Owned and operated by Brett Marcimo, a life long, third generation Shrewsbury resident. www.fullthrottlemarineandmore.com