Miss Madison H1 Team ready to move back home to Indiana

Currently working out of a shop in the Seattle Washington area it appears the team is and is ready to move back east. For some reason we can hear Jim Nabors sinning back home again in Indiana.

Miss Madison Racing approached Madison’s Redevelopment Commission at its meeting on Tuesday asking for support in acquiring land at Shun Pike and Hutchinson Lane for a new boat shop that relocate the teams operations from a Seattle suburb back to Madison.

“This is the 60th year of Miss Madison and we want to move back home,” said owner representative Charlie Grooms. “A lot has happened in our world over the 60 years, but we have seriously out-grown what we have down on Milton Street. I am sure you have heard the talk among people of us living and doing our work in Seattle. That’s true, but that will come to an end. We are now up to three boats, a multitude of engines, and a significant investment in equipment, and we need a place to put it.”

Source Madison Courier

Photo credit: Bernie Kasper

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