Like a lot of you, I have the current pop radio hit, “Call Me Maybe” stuck in my head. What can I say? I have a 14-year-old daughter I adore and her music, for better or worse, eventually becomes my music.

But as happens with music that gets stuck in your head, it tends to attach itself to other things, current events and such, going on in your life. Then you mess up the lyrics.

Will models from Fountain (shown here) and Donzi be revived? Photo courtesy/copyright Tim Sharkey/Sharkey Images.Will models from Fountain (shown here) and Donzi be revived? Photo courtesy/copyright Tim Sharkey/Sharkey Images.

So when the late-May news came that Baja by Fountain would resume production sometime in the next month or so, and that John Walker, a key member of American Marine Holdings management, was back in place at the former Fountain plant in Washington, N.C., it got me wondering about the future of Fountain and Donzi. They are, after all, still under the same roof and, like Baja, were once immensely popular high-performance powerboat brands.

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