MarineMax consolidates New York locations

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MarineMax said it plans to close stores in Lindenhurst and Copiague, while expanding MarineMax Huntington. The company called it the “North Shore expansion.”

"After careful consideration, we have decided to consolidate our MarineMax stores in the New York area," said Larry Russo, Jr., MarineMax Northeast regional president in a statement. "We will continue to serve local boating needs through our Huntington and Manhattan locations.”

Russo said the company plans to “absorb assets” from Lindenhurst and Copiague and move them to Huntington. “We plan to retain as many team members and assets as we possibly can through this transition,” he said. 

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