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Recreational Hovercraft References
If you are considering Neoteric hovercraft for either a rescue or a commercial application, you will be in good company.

Neoteric has designed and manufactured hovercraft since 1976. Our craft are recognized as the industry standard for rescue, commercial and recreational hovercraft, and our clientele now spans fifty countries. Neoteric produces the lightest, most quiet craft in the industry, and we constantly improve our hovercraft designs and develop new models.

The following is a partial list of Neoteric Commercial/Industrial and Rescue Hovercraft customers

Alabama Department of Natural Resources, Alabama

Anchorage Int'l Airport - Police - Fire - EMS, Anchorage, Alaska

Camden County Mosquito Control, New Jersey

Chillicothe Fire Department, Illinois
City of Albuquerque Open Space Division, New Mexico

City of North Muskegon Fire Department, Michigan

Clemson University National Marine Fisheries Lab, South Carolina

Conservation Department, Wisconsin

Countryside Fire Department, Illinois

Environmental Police, New York

Esso Petroleum, Columbia, South America

Golden Sunlight Mines, Montana

Heilongjiung River Commission, China

Huaihe River Commission, China

Japanese Ministry of Construction, Aormori Prefecture, Japan

Johnson County Sheriffs Department, Iowa

Kennecott Mining, South Carolina

Kern County Sherrif's Department - Whitewater Rescue, California

Lawrence County Sheriff's Department, Indiana

Maryland Environmental, Maryland

Mastic Beach Fire Department, New York
Ministero Dell'Interno (Ministry of the Interior), Italy

National Institute of Environmental Research, Korea

Oil Mop, Inc., Louisiana

Onset Fire Department, Massachusetts

Southern Illinois University, Illinois

St. Lawrence County Search and Rescue, New York

U S Army Corps of Engineers, South Dakota
U S Border Patrol - El Centro, California

U S Border Patrol - Yuma Sector, Arizona

U S National Parks - Big Bend National Park, Texas

Vigo County Emergency Management, Indiana

Walt Disney World Epcot Center, Florida  
West Islip Fire District - Long Island, New York

Wilkes-Barre Fire Department, Pennsylvania

The following selected references actively endorse our hovercraft and accessory products. The most experienced is the North Muskegon Fire Department, which has conducted more than 170 rescue missions in the hovercraft they built in 1984 from our kit. Contact Steve Lague, listed below.

Steve Lague, Fire Marshal, Rick LeCroy, Conservation Officer,
City of North Muskegon Fire Dept. Dept. of Natural Resources Alabama
1102 Ruddiman Dr P O Box 252
North Muskegon, MI  49445 Centerville, AL  35042
231-744-1766 205-926-5053
Richard Brown, Dive Master, Richard Setliff, Head,
St Lawrence County Underwater Recovery Vigo County Emergency Mgmt.
5771 State Hwy 56 934 S 4th Street
PO Box 352 Terre Haute, IN 47802
Hannawa Falls, NY  13647 812-462-3217
Bill Weiss, Sgt. Robert Turinski, Assistant Chief
Anchorage Int'l Airport - Police - Fire - EMS Chris Hughes, Capt.
6040 Dehavilland Drive Wilkes-Barre Fire Department
Anchorage, AK 99519 20/22 East Ross Street
Main: 907-266-2411 Wilkes-Barre, PA 18701
L&F: 907-266-2409 570-208-4260
Bill Biondi, Chief Officer Bill Taylor, Ranger
Mastic Beach Fire Department New Mexico
299 Monroe Dr Ph: 505-873-6632
Mastic Beach, Long Island, NY 11951 Fax: 505-768-3476
631-476-2232 tucoii@aol.com
Jim Holmes Jay Delaney
Yuma Beach Border Patrol (US) Fire Department, Pennsylvania
Ph: 928-726-8371 Ph: 318-988-1626
Fax: 928-344-1184 chiefdelaneywbfd@aol.com
Lynn Hancock, Chief  
Fire Department, Ohio  
Ph: 419-592-0441  
Fax: 419-592-5195  
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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