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Breckenridge Chamber of Commerce hosts ribbon cutting ceremony for Mobile Boat Worx

Breckenridge Chamber of Commerce hosts ribbon cutting ceremony for Mobile Boat Worx
September 08
14:38 2023

The owners and staff of Mobile Boat Worx celebrated the local business with a Breckenridge Chamber of Commerce ribbon cutting ceremony on Thursday, Sept. 7.

The boat shop, owned by Carrie and Coby Duncan, is located at 700 N. Breckenridge Ave. They offer a variety of services for boats and other watercraft, including repairs, aluminum welding, winterizing, de-winterizing, preventive maintenance, oil changes, electrical work, installation of fish finders, graphics, trolling motors, live scope, stereos/speakers, etc.

“It’s pretty much just an all-inclusive marine mechanic shop,” Carrie said. “We can pretty much do anything you can think of.”

Those needing boat work can take their boat to the shop, or the staff can transport your boat to the shop for you. Additionally, some work can be done wherever your boat is located.

The shop is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, but the staff makes after-hours service calls, as well. For more information, call 254-246-1839.


Cutline, top photo: Carrie Duncan, center, with her husband Coby Duncan, cuts the ribbon at a Breckenridge Chamber of Commerce ceremony on Sept. 7. Pictured, from left, are Debbie Brennan, Ronnie Langford and Ken Taylor, with the Chamber of Commerce; Mobile Boat Worx owners Carrie and Coby Duncan; Carrie’s dad, Terry Cobb; Jim Hartman, the shop’s “electronics guru,” with Oso, the honorary shop dog; and Jonathan Newton and Yuri Huntington with the Chamber of Commerce. (Photo by Tony Pilkington/Breckenridge Texan)



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