MarineMax Daytona store plans dog party

MarineMax Daytona in Florida said it will host an open house on Saturday celebrating the “Dog Days of Summer” to honor boat dogs and their owners.
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MarineMax Daytona in Florida said it will host an open house on Saturday celebrating the “Dog Days of Summer” to honor boat dogs and their owners.

“We love seeing dogs with their owners enjoying the boating life,” MarineMax Daytona store manager Kimberly Machnik said. “Bring your dog to the party. We have a prize for all of the dogs that attend.”

Hot dogs will be served, along with what MarineMax is calling the “world’s largest condiments bar.” Everything from chili to Fritos will be available. There also will be a drawing for a night at the Black Dolphin bed and breakfast in New Smyrna.

“We will have new models from Sea Ray, Boston Whaler, Scout, Grady-White, Sea Hunt, Harris pontoons and Scarab jetboats on display,” Machnik said.

The Dog Days of Summer event will be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at MarineMax Daytona’s showroom at 872 N. Tomoka Farms Road.

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