Larson Boat Group adds Washington state dealer

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TheLarson Boat Group announced a new partnership with Checkered Flag Marine in Mount Vernon, Wash.

Checkered Flaghas served the western Washington state boating community since the business was founded in 1992. It is now an authorized Larson (runabouts and cruisers from 16 to 32 feet), Larson FX (freshwater fishing boats 16 to 21 feet) and Larson Escape (pontoon boats 21 to 25 feet) dealer.

"We are very excited to start a long relationship and partnership with Checkered Flag Marine. The dedication to their customers and the industry mirror those of Larson and the Larson Boat Group," Rob Parmentier, Larson president and CEO, said in a statement.

Checkered Flag Marine's sales and service professionals have more than 126 combined years of marine experience, said owner Larry Carpenter, who is a prominent member of the Northwest Marine Trade Association. He previously served as president of the organization.

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