Lift Family seeking to grow with Midwest Partners

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Join the Lift Family and bring the hottest watersport, efoiling/foiling, to your dealership.

Lift is a family run business operation out of Puerto Rico since 2010. They manufacture surf foil boards and efoils, which were created in 2013 by Lift’s co-founder Nick Leason, an engineer and avid surfer.

The Lift efoil leverages advances in lithium-battery technology and wireless communication to create an experience that is a mix of surfing, flying and deep-powder snowboarding. The result is a powerful, stable, and responsive ride over any body of water, regardless of weather conditions.

Lift has designed their products for everyone from total beginners looking for a fun and safe experience to top athletes who are seeking their next thrill.

We are currently seeking select partners in the Midwest with only a few territories still available.

For more information on Lift, efoils and classic foils, please visit liftfoils.com. To become a partner, please contact Dave Kornecki at (312) 498-7089 or dave@liftfoils.com

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