Monterey Boats wins exhibit award at New York show

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Monterey Boats received the Best Display Award at the 2014 New York Boat Show for the second year in a row.

The award is designed to reward top exhibitors for going above and beyond with their display.

“We are incredibly honored and want to give big thanks to all our staff, boatbuilders and representing dealers,” the company said in a statement. “They each invest so much to make our products what they are and to help Monterey Boats remain the leader in the recreational marine industry.”

Dealers that represented Monterey at the New York show were Bassett Yacht & Boat Sales; Coty Marine; Lighthouse Harbor Marina; Seaside III Marine; and Yankee Boating Center.

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