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Building a better bumper

Durango maker of boat fenders, dock bumpers looks to expand manufacturing, sales
Brian Slaughter, co-owner of Impact CBS Inc., a designer and manufacturing of boat fenders and dock bumpers, demonstrates one of the machines the company uses, Tuesday at the Durango business
Courtney Gates and Brian Slaughter co-owners of Impact CBS Inc., came up with the idea for their business two years ago during a weekend water-skiing on Navajo Lake.
So far, Impact has had $60,000 in sales and plans to double that amount by the end of the year.
Jerry McBride/Durango Herald

Courtney Gates and Brian Slaughter co-own Impact CBS Inc., a designer and manufacturing of boat fenders and dock bumpers.

Building a better bumper

Brian Slaughter, co-owner of Impact CBS Inc., a designer and manufacturing of boat fenders and dock bumpers, demonstrates one of the machines the company uses, Tuesday at the Durango business
Courtney Gates and Brian Slaughter co-owners of Impact CBS Inc., came up with the idea for their business two years ago during a weekend water-skiing on Navajo Lake.
So far, Impact has had $60,000 in sales and plans to double that amount by the end of the year.
Jerry McBride/Durango Herald

Courtney Gates and Brian Slaughter co-own Impact CBS Inc., a designer and manufacturing of boat fenders and dock bumpers.
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