Is service a solution when dealer showrooms are empty?
This month’s Pulse Report survey asks dealers about service aspects of their businesses.
This month’s Pulse Report survey addresses the service department. Take the survey here.
Consumer continue to shop for marine products in record numbers — what are dealers doing to meet the demand?
With many popular models on back order, adding new brands may be a viable solution for many dealers.
Low product inventory remains the top dealer concern.
This month’s survey asks dealers about federal infrastructure improvements, climate goals, inventory shortages and more.
Amid brisk sales and supply-chain bottlenecks, we ask dealers to weigh in on trends, product shortages, federal infrastructure improvements and more.
Dealers unanimously agree: There are not enough new boats.
Our monthly Pulse Report survey asks dealers about inventory levels, retail trends and more.
Dealer plans for stocking inventory in time for the high season.
As a new boating season approaches, our monthly Pulse Report survey asks dealers about inventory levels, retail trends and more.
A vast majority of dealers reported retail growth in January.
This month’s Pulse Report survey asks dealers to weigh in on product levels and strategies for restocking.
A seasonal break means staff training becomes paramount.
With most winter shows canceled, will dealers see a slowdown in demand heading into spring? Take this month’s Pulse Report survey.
Dealers who responded to the monthly Pulse Report survey said growth continued in December but that demand outstripped supply.
The December Pulse Report survey asks dealers how they are spending their down time.
Will inventory, parts and accessory shortages dog us for 2021?
The December Pulse Report asks marine dealers how they are spending their down time.
Dealers worry that the absence of new boats is driving up prices.
Retailer sentiment remained strong in October, but dealers see a shortage of boats as a hurdle for next year
The monthly Pulse Report asks marine retailers to weigh in on November market conditions.