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Published: Sunday, Nov. 14 2010 12:10 a.m. MST

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Joe Bauman
Salt Lake City, UT

Absolutely fabulous, exciting story! Congratulations on a fine scoop. -- Joe

blovegrovec
Burlington, WA

Fascinating--so well written!

Broken Arrow
Draper, UT

Well written and well researched article about a fascinating local company. Who'd have thought a world renowned underwater recovery company would be based here in the desert state of Utah. I wish them well and hope they have success in finding lots of good stuff. Make us proud!!

Lovely Lisa
West Jordan, UTAH

Awesome article. We ALL love our job here. So exiting & couldn't ask for a better way to serve, contribute & learn about history etc etc etc. GO DEEP BLUE staff and wonderfully dedicated crew!!!!

JohnO
Pleasant Grove, utah

Great article. Who would have known this little company in Midvale is on course to make a place in History.The one thing that was not talked about is the exciting wrecks they are working on now.These wrecks could prove to be even bigger.Good luck Deep Blue.

Cadillac Man
Salt Lake City, Utah

I enjoyed this article a great deal. The imagination and courage exhibited by the leaders of this company is inspiring. Deep Blue and Wilf Blum are representative of the maxim "American Exceptionalism". Indeed, your article proves that exceptional ideas still have a place...even in today's difficult business climate.

utahspudhead
springville, ut

Great article. So these guys sound like they have amazing jobs. I would love to do this for a living. Pretty need they are based here in Utah. Looking at their website it seems like they have a huge year coming up. I am definetly going to follow these guys some more!!

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