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Q&A with Intrepid Powerboats president with Ken Clinton

Intrepid Powerboats has changed hands several times in the last 30 years, but there have been some constants. One of those is Ken Clinton, who spent 23 years working his way up from the line to president of the company, which has a year-long, $43 million backlog.

Organizers of the International Marina & Boatyard Conference in January say they have arranged for a more robust program this year,

A juiced-up IMBC

Organizers say ‘charged’ agenda makes the marina conference more dynamic and more relevant.

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A ‘good-news’ METS

METS announced record attendance of 20,500 professionals and 1,320 exhibitors at the Nov. 19-21 show.

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Mount Dora Boating Center display grows in popularity

Mount Dora Boating Center in Florida has been creating spectacular light displays for nearly two decades, but this is the first year that tour boat companies around the state called to see when the lights would go on and for how long.

Boat sales are on pace to exceed 2012 levels

New bellwether data from Info-Link suggest that if boat sales continue to be strong in warmer states for the duration of the year, 2013 could close about 6 percent ahead of 2012.

Malibu Boats cites its strengths in IPO filing

Malibu Boats’ filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission for an initial public offering says the company has held the No. 1 market share position among U.S. performance sportboat manufacturers for nearly four years.

Nautic Global Group CEO addresses dealer concerns

SOUTH BEND, Ind. — Dealers attending Nautic Global Group’s meeting Friday to introduce new CEO Jim Malone were wondering how the company will address getting product — including parts and accessories — into the hands of dealers when they need it.

Nautic Global Group seeks larger share of deckboat market

SOUTH BEND, IND. — Do something. That was the message Jim Malone, the new CEO of Nautic Global Group, gave dealers and members of the media today at a meeting moderated by Matt Gruhn, president of the Marine Retailers Association of the Americas. “Part of the cultural transformation we’re talking about is, people have to…more

Senators hear from stakeholders on ethanol use

There was testimony once again on Capitol Hill regarding the Environmental Protection Agency proposal that would — for the first time since the Renewable Fuel Standard passed in 2007 — decrease the amount of biofuel required in the overall fuel supply.

Groups are optimistic Congress will act on ethanol

Groups opposed to increasing ethanol in the U.S. fuel supply said they were optimistic that Congress — though plagued by a track record that is poised to make it the least productive in history — will act on the issue.

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