The Hinckley Company has never shied away from innovation.
Dave Briggs, 52, owner of Wayzata Marine in Wayzata, Minn., sold his first boat when he was 13. Having grown up in the dealership his parents launched (mostly a garden and lawn store in 1967), he was seasoned early on.
About 10,000 baby boomers retire every day, research shows, a trend that is opening the door for more young people and millennials to fill those roles.
After a false start that made many think the 21st Southeast US Boat Show wouldn’t happen this year, the Jacksonville, Fla., event was scheduled to run May 19-21 after an agreement between the city and show organizers.
WASHINGTON — The hyper-partisan climate in the nation has to change.
WASHINGTON — The law that requires a rising level of ethanol to be blended into the fuel supply won’t get repealed, but the timing could be right for it to be amended.
WASHINGTON — The inaugural Hammond Marine Industry Leadership Award was given to Maverick Boats president Scott Deal on Tuesday at the American Boating Congress.
WASHINGTON — Some of Joe Donnelly’s best memories are tied to being on the water.
WASHINGTON — CNN anchor Jake Tapper, keynote speaker at the American Boating Congress, asked attendees Tuesday to think critically about their sources of information and look to sources beyond those that align with their thinking.
WASHINGTON — Despite the focus on repealing the Affordable Care Act and overhauling tax laws, this administration might be the perfect opportunity to get issues important to boating in front of lawmakers.