Growing up with the New Jersey Shore in his backyard, Bill Tweedie learned to surf when he was 10 years old—and never stopped. Now 65 and living just eight miles south of Florida’s famed Cocoa Beach surfing mecca, Tweedie is about to get a whole more time on the water. The public face of MYCO Trailers for 35 years, Tweedie is retiring from the company.
The public face of MYCO Trailers for 35 years, Bill Tweedie (center in Hawaiian print shirt) is about to spend a lot more time surfing.
“I won’t miss another swell,” Tweedie said, then chuckled.
Few people in the high-performance marine industry are as universally beloved. Laidback by nature and graced with aloha spirit, Tweedie—a partner in MYCO Trailers before its sale last year—earned a reputation as a man of his word, one who worked for a company that earned an equally solid reputation for delivering top-flight products. It wasn’t just a good match. It was a great one.