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MarineMax Houston receives Grady-White award

MarineMax Houston was chosen to receive Grady-White’s Admiral’s Circle Award.

MarineMax Houston was chosen to receive Grady-White’s Admiral’s Circle Award.

The Houston location was recognized for its customer relations efforts and for providing continued insight for the Grady-White brand and will receive the award at Grady-White’s sales conference in October.

In addition to reaching more than $2 million in retail sales for the year, MarineMax Houston received customer satisfaction index scores from customer surveys that exceeded 9.5 on a 10-point scale.

“The team at MarineMax Houston are especially proud of achieving Grady-White’s Admiral’s Circle Award,” MarineMax Houston store manager Edward Bartoszewski said in a statement.

“This is a great milestone and a testament to all the efforts of our entire team. We are grateful for this recognition and thrilled to represent such a great brand in the Houston area.”



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