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25 Apr. 2017
Neoteric Hovercraft, Inc. Honored as the Only Rescue Hovercraft Exhibitor at FDIC 2017

March 2016
Neoteric Rescue Hovercraft to be featured at 2016 FDIC

April 2014
Neoteric Hovercraft Perform Critical Role at Oso, Washington Mudslide

March 2012
Neoteric Hovercraft serve in controversial Mubarak Al-Kabeer port construction in Kuwait

28 Feb. 2010
Neoteric Hovercraft to perform at 2010 Indian Premier League IPL Cricket Final, Mumbai

5 Nov. 2009
7,000 lb. steel building light as air at Neoteric Hovercraft, Inc.

11 Sept. 2003
Terre Haute furthers its legacy as Hover Haute

20 Apr. 2003
Plans underway for 2004 World Hovercraft event in Canberra, Australia

29 Aug. 2002
Ride a hovercraft at The Children's Science and Technology Museum

24 May 2002
Sumar Classic makes auto racing history with Neoteric Hovercraft as Pace Car

18 Apr. 2002
Hoosier Hovercraft Championship features Junkyard Wars Hovercraft judge/participants

28 Jan. 2002
Terre Haute, Indiana USA to host 2002 World Hovercraft Week

11 Aug. 2000
Neoteric Hovercraft customer may hold USA hovercraft record

15 Mar. 2000
Who needs water?


Rescue Hovercraft Press Releases

29 May 2002
Neoteric Hovercraft utilized by U.S. Border Patrol/Department of Homeland Security

15 Mar. 2000
Hovercraft keep you above the danger, not in it


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please contact:

Sharolyn Herring
Neoteric Marketing/Public Relations:
marketing@neoterichovercraft.com

Neoteric Hovercraft, Inc.
1649 Tippecanoe Street Terre Haute, Indiana USA 47807-2394
Telephone: 1-812-234-1120 / 1-800-285-3761 Fax: 877-640-8507

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