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MarineMax Saltwater Series adds Raymarine as sponsor

Raymarine has been named the official marine electronics of the MarineMax Saltwater Series.

The Saltwater Series is presented by Boston Whaler and consists of 30 local tournaments that many of MarineMax’s 54 stores sponsor or participate in during the tournament season.

The tournaments often benefit local charities and causes.

“Raymarine's specialization in marine electronics means they offer industry-leading technology with intuitive, robust design, ideally suited to withstand the range of marine conditions faced by our boat owners across the nation,” MarineMax marketing VP Josie Tucci said in a statement.

“We are really proud to be a part of the MarineMax Saltwater Series,” Raymarine regional sales manager Tony Tiscio said. “By focusing on local tournaments we are promoting the sport on a grass-roots level. Neighbors, friendly competitors, families who fish and folks that simply enjoy a challenge can be a part of these community events.”

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