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Realityworks Employee Named to the IMPBA Hall of Fame

EAU CLAIRE, Wis., July 18, 2016 – Mike Zaborowski, Mechanical Engineering Technician for Realityworks, Inc., will join other longtime members of the International Model Power Boat Association’s (IMPBA) Hall of Fame. The award will be given on August 20 at the Minute Breakers Classic Race in Mendota, IL.

Mike Zabrowski - boat racingMike joined IMPBA in 1994 as a boat racing enthusiast looking to take his hobby to a new level. Since join the organization he has won 17 national championships, 3 Tunnel Hull world championships and 3 masters championships. He was first drawn to the technical side of boat racing, but since has found the hobby as a place to meet other enthusiasts and to learn from one another.  

“I am thankful to those who were nominated to the Hall of Fame. I feel honored to sit beside other members who I have looked up to and I hope I can inspire new members to get involved in the sport,” said Zaborowski. “Boat racing is a huge passion of mine; I like to dig into the mechanics and determine how I can make the boats faster!”

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About Realityworks, Inc.
Established 19 years ago to better address teen pregnancy prevention, parenting skills, child abuse and neglect through educational products, Realityworks, Inc. is dedicated to creating experiential learning tools that engage students while improving the human condition. Most famous for their RealCare Baby infant simulator (formerly known as Baby Think it Over or BTIO), Realityworks has developed several other programs over the last decade that address career preparation areas like business management, finance and entrepreneurship, and welding with guideWELD, a live welding guidance system. With simulators in 62 percent of U.S. school districts and programs in more than 90 countries around the world, Realityworks has made a worldwide impact. For more information, visit, or call toll-free 800-830-1416.

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