Alumacraft adds SkipperBud’s as dealer

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Aluminum boat manufacturer Alumacraft said it added SkipperBud’s to its dealer network.

Family-owned since 1959, SkipperBud’s employs more than 300 people in 23 sales, service and storage locations in California, Illinois, Michigan, Ohio, Washington and Wisconsin.

“We’re so pleased to be able to sign SkipperBud’s and welcome them to our dealer family,” Alumacraft sales and marketing vice president Bruce Baron said in a statement.

“Their multiple locations throughout the Midwest will bring us a strong presence on the Great Lakes, filling a market that will be critical to our continued growth and expansion. We will be in six strategic locations throughout Michigan, Illinois and Wisconsin,” Baron added.   

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