MarineMax, based in Clearwater, Fla., is the nation’s largest recreational boat retailer and the largest Sea Ray dealer in the world.
He will be responsible for North Florida locations.
After selling $50 million worth of yachts at FLIBS, Azimut executives are planning on it.
The retailer’s Houston team worked closely with NASA engineers to shrink-wrap an Orion spacecraft.
The company has been expanding its management team.
In a post-earnings conference call, the company said it is rebuilding its Caribbean charter operations and working to transition would-be Sea Ray buyers to other brands.
President and CEO Bret McGill says the company remains focused on growing its higher-margin businesses.
The position was vacated when president and CEO Brett McGill replaced his father, Bill McGill, in those roles.
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.