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Aqua-Hot’s Paul Harter nabs entrepreneur award

Aqua-Hot’s Paul Harter nabs entrepreneur award

FREDERICK, Colo. — Paul Harter, president and CEO of Aqua-Hot Heating Systems, manufacturer of hydronic heating systems for the RV, off road/highway, fleet and heavy truck industries, has won a 2018 Bravo! Entrepreneur Award. The prestigious honor recognizes the achievements of Northern Colorado business leaders who have built a legacy of entrepreneurial success.

Since 1998, the Bravo! Entrepreneur Award has acknowledged the exceptional work and results gained by trailblazers in the corporate arena. This year, seven individuals were recognized; Harter won in the Outlying Areas category.

“I’m honored to be presented with a Bravo! Entrepreneur Award,” he said. “It’s a reflection of what our entire team has achieved; I feel privileged to work with them every day.”

Business achievement is but part of Harter’s entrepreneurial success. Throughout his career, he has built longstanding relationships with numerous charitable organizations and industry associations, giving freely of his time and talent.

Through the Enander Family Foundation, Harter ensures the legacy of Hap Enander, Aqua-Hot founder and fellow entrepreneur, continues to thrive. A significant contribution is uniting the foundation with Sky Corral Ranch to create a youth camping facility and community retreat center.

Harter gives back to the industry through his work with the NoCo Manufacturing Partnership. Here he brings together the local manufacturing community to share best practices and strengthen companies, and actively shapes and influences the next generation of workers. He sees his role on the State Workforce Board as an extension of this work, focused keenly on workforce development.

Learn more at www.aquahot.com.

SOURCE: Aqua-Hot press release

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About Ronnie Wendt

Ronnie Wendt is the editor in chief of RV Daily Report. She's been a writer/editor for more than 25 years, working in law enforcement, aviation, supply chain and now the RV industry. She's not a stranger to RVs, however. She grew up camping, and still camps as many weekends as she can every year.

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