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Dealers: Has M&A Activity Affected Your Brands?

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This month’s Pulse Report survey asks dealers if merger-and-acquisition activity has affected any of the brands they carry. The survey also examines retail trends, product shortages and overall inventory levels.

Launched by the Marine Retailers Association of the Americas and Baird Research, the survey gauges monthly retail conditions. It includes the Marine Retail Sentiment Index, which tracks retailer confidence.

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Soundings Trade Only partners with Baird to disseminate the survey and report the results.

Take the survey here.

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