Brunswick Corp.’s boat group consists of 15 brands worldwide, including Bayliner, Boston Whaler, Brunswick Commercial and Government Products, Crestliner, Cypress Cay, Harris FloteBote, Lowe, Lund, Meridian, Princecraft and Sea Ray. The group’s additional four brands — Rayglass, Uttern, Valiant and Quicksilver — are marketed in countries other than the United States.

Brunswick set to issue 4Q results

Brunswick Corp. will release its fourth-quarter 2010 financial results on Jan. 27 before the market opens. The company will hold a conference call at 10 a.m. (CST) that day, hosted by Dustan E. McCoy, chairman and CEO; Peter B. Hamilton, senior vice president and chief financial officer; and Bruce J. Byots, vice president of corporate…more

Brunswick division signs deal for aluminum boat supply

Brunswick Commercial and Government Products recently entered into a supply agreement with MetalCraft Marine to promote a series of high-performance aluminum boats. BCGP currently offers 16 models of commercialized Boston Whaler fiberglass boats and eight Impact rigid hull inflatable boats. Under the agreement with MetalCraft Marine, Brunswick’s product offering will be expanded to include five…more


Past survival, now it’s about winning

President of the new, right-sized Brunswick says no more brands will vanish Andrew Graves, the president of Brunswick Corp. and second in command to CEO Dustan McCoy, leaves little room for interpretation when asked whether the boatbuilding giant will be shedding more brands. “People keep waiting for another shoe to drop, and the answer is…more

Brunswick 3Q: A closer look at the results

Wells Fargo Securities analyst Tim Conder is keeping Brunswick Corp.’s stock rating at “outperform.” “The stock appears attractively valued and we believe the stock’s total return will exceed that of the market over the next 12 months,” Conder said in a press release. The third quarter of 2010 was “one that again saw solid execution…more

Brunswick announces personnel changes

The Brunswick Boat Group announced leadership changes at two of its brands – Boston Whaler and Crestliner. Ben Cast will become president of Crestliner Boats and Jeff Vaughn will succeed Cast as vice president of sales, marketing and customer service at Boston Whaler. The changes take effect Nov. 1. Cast, who has been with Brunswick…more

Brunswick reports 3Q results

Brunswick Corp. today reported a 22 percent gain in third-quarter net sales, including a 77 percent increase in boat sales and an 18 percent increase in marine engine segment sales. “Although we are very encouraged with year-to-date financial results – driven primarily by return from more normal balance between wholesale sales, retail sales and production…more

Brunswick marketing effort targets Canada

Brunswick Boat Group announced a focused marketing program for 2011 aimed at increasing brand awareness and boat sales leads for its dealers in Canada. The effort will combine existing media, Internet tools and an upcoming webinar for dealers. “We at Brunswick know our dealers are the key to our success. We also know your success…more

Brunswick offers boater education courses

Brunswick Corp. is partnering with the United States Power Squadrons to conduct boater education through participating Brunswick boat brand dealerships across the United States. “As industry leaders, we seized this opportunity to positively impact boating enjoyment,” Brunswick Boat Group president Andy Graves said in a statement. “By giving our customers easy access to education by…more

Brunswick set to issue 3Q earnings report

Brunswick Corp. will release its third-quarter financial results Oct. 28 before the market opens. The company will hold a conference call at 10 a.m. (CDT) that day, hosted by Dustan McCoy, chairman and chief executive officer; Peter Hamilton, senior vice president and chief financial officer; and Bruce Byots, vice president, corporate and investor relations. The…more

Analyst: Brunswick recovery will be slower

Shares of Brunswick Corp. fell Wednesday after an analyst cut his rating on the boatbuilder, saying the pace of the company’s recovery will be slower than expected. Standard & Poor’s analyst Erik Kolb downgraded Brunswick stock to “hold” from “buy” in a note to investors, Bloomberg Business Week reports. “We believe the pace of Brunswick’s…more

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