Eclipse Marine adds locations in Southeast

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Athens, Ga.-based Eclipse Marine, which was founded in 2010, is expanding in the Southeast with four locations in Georgia and South Carolina.

Its Georgia locations include Eclipse Marine at Sinclair Marina, which serves Lake Country in middle Georgia; Eclipse Marine at Clarks Hill Marina, which serves Augusta and east Georgia; and Eclipse Marine at West Georgia Boat Center, which serves an area from Peachtree City and Newnan to Columbus in western Georgia.

In South Carolina, Eclipse Marine at Clemson Marina serves the upstate, Lake Hartwell, and Lake Keowee areas.

Its brands include Tracker, Ranger, Veranda, Xpress, Avalon/Tahoe, Monterey, Mercury, Yamaha and Suzuki.

“Being affiliated with these brands is an honor,” said general manager Matt Henry in a statement. “We absolutely love the products and know our customers see the same quality and value as we do.”

Along with the launch of its new website launched with the help of ARI Network Services Inc., Eclipse Marine is planning continual growth throughout 2018 and are striving to acquire new dealerships

“Doing business in prime locations with the right brands and maintaining laser focus on the customer makes all the difference,” said Eclipse Marine president Allen Revak.


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