The Larson Boat Group is moving its boatbuilding operations to Pulaski, Wis., shuttering the 104-year-old operation it has maintained in Little Falls, Minn., and discontinuing its Triumph brand.
The Larson Boat Group has launched a series of new brand websites, including the group itself, Larson, Striper, Larson FX and Triumph.
The Larson Boat Group added Gary Zimmer as vice president of product development and engineering to the executive team of the Little Falls, Minn.-based company.
The Larson Boat Group named Clarks Landing as a Striper dealer for New Jersey, Delaware and eastern Pennsylvania.
The first Larson Boat Group-built Gekko Sports boats are rolling out the door for delivery to dealers.
The Larson Boat Group’s first electric Larson Escape 25 TTT pontoon was shipped to a customer in China — the first of a multiple-unit order that will serve as a ferryboat in an area south of Shanghai.
The Larson Boat Group added 14 dealers, including one in Canada and one in Venezuela, to its network of Larson, Larson FX, Larson Escape, Striper and Triumph boat brand dealers.
The Larson Boat Group said its 2015 model-year dealer celebration and meeting featured record attendance and the introduction of 15 new models.
Little Falls, Minn.-based Larson Boat Group’s annual dealer celebration and meeting will take place Aug. 17-20 at the San Diego Sheraton Hotel & Marina in California.
The Larson Boat Group added nine new dealers since its last announcement in February.