To this day Cobalt boats anchor night after night in a tradition of rugged individualism, in the pride of people with extraordinary skills set among a small town's uncompromising notion of what might be. We know these people, the neighbors who come every morning to build these cobalt boats. We know their grandparents and their grandkids, second and third generations of families now crafting the fourth decade of Cobalts boats.
These are rooted people, solid in a work ethic born on farms and ranches, people who understand at first hand the ways in which personal accountability serves collective achievement. People who grew up with Cobalt boats founder Pack St. Clair in a small town with big ideas. People with a sense of place.
Cobalt boats remains a privately held company, its founders still at the helm, still engaged in the daily management of Cobalt boats design and Cobalt boats manufacture, still refusing ever to admit that good enough is good enough. We build boats on the premise that, in all our work in Neodesha, no one job is more important than another.
As Cobalt boats has grown to a company of nearly 600 associates, we try very hard to perpetuate the genuine sense of family that has characterized our interactions with each other from the beginning. And so again tomorrow we will do our part to nourish the implicit trust which underpins our relationships with Cobalt boats dealers, with Cobalt associates and, of course, with the remarkable people who own Cobalts boats.