MarineMax adds jobs in nationwide expansion


MarineMax is creating 100 new sales openings to support its 54 local MarineMax dealerships and support plans for future expansion.

The new positions will be distributed throughout the Northeast, Mid-Atlantic, Midwest, Central, Florida east coast and Florida west coast regions.

“For more than 15 years, MarineMax has been committed to premium boat brands and exceptional customer service delivered through extraordinary team members,” MarineMax East operations vice president Chuck Cashman said in a statement.

“We are currently experiencing a steadily increasing call for sales consultants,” Cashman said. “To meet the demand and to maintain the MarineMax reputation for excellence, we are seeking 100 of the ‘Best of the Best.’ Talented, dedicated and energetic individuals that are experienced in a retail operation of consultative sales and motivated for success.”

MarineMax was recognized as the first inductee into Boating Industry’s “Top-100 Hall of Fame.”

“MarineMax sales consultants are expected to do more than build crucial customer relationships. They act as ambassadors of our brand every day. They recognize that business is built on customer satisfaction and is devoted to exceeding the customer’s expectations,” MarineMax West operations vice president Brett McGill said. “This is a long-term opportunity to experience personal growth, career advancement opportunities, substantial financial rewards, the highest-quality leads and a strong local presence with a national level of support and stability.”


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