MarineMax, based in Clearwater, Fla., is the nation’s largest recreational boat retailer and the largest Sea Ray dealer in the world.
The dealership won the builder’s Gold Anchor Award and becomes a member of its Admiral’s Circle.
Scheduled for this past weekend, Aquapalooza will now be held Sept. 1.
MarineMax Vacations has made Cooper Boating a preferred partner.
MarineMax management will be at the New York Stock Exchange today to ring the closing bell this afternoon to celebrate the company’s 20th anniversary of going public on the NYSE. MarineMax began trading on the exchange in June 1998.
Sea Ray’s largest retailer is confident that Brunswick Corp. understands how important keeping the brand together is to Sea Ray’s legacy and success.
MarineMax grew revenue more than 10 percent to $270.6 million in the second quarter, prompting the company again to raise its annual expectations to $1.44 to $1.50 versus its prior expectations of $1.30 to $1.40 per-diluted-share.
MarineMax has named industry veteran Christian Gonzalez as general manager for its Miami stores.
MarineMax Vacations, which operates a charter company in the British Virgin Islands, is stepping up its display at the Progressive Miami International Boat Show so vacationers can see that the islands are open and ready to accept tourists.
MarineMax said it promoted Matthew Cini to general manager of its New York stores in Lindenhurst, Copiague, Chelsea Pier and Huntington.