Skip to main content
Updated:
Original:

Marine Business Advisors adds new client

Teak Deck Co. announced the selection of Marine Business Advisors to help in growing its business.

“Our capabilities for installing new or replacement teak decks are quite extensive for boats from 25 feet up to 150 feet, and we want more of the industry to know who we are and what we can do. Marine Business Advisors is the perfect complement to aid us in our endeavor,” Teak Deck president JT Tuomela said in a statement. “Real teak is still the best product for decks, and this is what we do. It’s all that we do, so we know our trade very well.”

Marine Business Advisors has been guiding and advising marine businesses for the last seven years. Principal Jim Bronstien has been a well-known industry executive for the last 25 years, many of those as the former owner and president of Rybovich.

In addition to his role with Marine Business Advisors, he is also a principal shareholder and board chairman at Saunders Yachtworks in Gulf Shores, Ala., and the principal of a new boat rental business in Costa Rica.

Related

Leadership Summit 2021

On September 27th, 2021, Soundings Trade Only hosted a Leadership Summit led by business executive and Chairman of Thinkshift, Dr. Balaji Krishnamurthy.

Retail in Times of Consolidation

Our monthly Pulse Report survey asks dealers if mergers and acquisitions have affected any of the brands they carry. Take the survey here.

Rollick Expands Leadership Team

The marketing and technology company named a chief financial officer and head of dealer solutions.

Vision Marine Moves Toward Mass Production

The company partnered with McLaren Engineering to manufacture its E-Motion 180E electric outboard and powertrain system.

Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show Opens Today

The show runs through Oct. 31, and organizers are hoping for a return to pre-Covid success.

Non-profit Takes Aim at Access

Families for Boating works with community advocacy groups to help curb regulatory threats to on-water activities.

Garmin Reports 25 Percent Q3 Growth for Marine

The electronics manufacturer says demand for plotters was the primary driver.

Polaris Reports Flat Q3

Though boat sales were up 18 percent, demand in the company’s other segments was hindered by a lack of product availability, driven by supply-chain issues.