MarineMax stores win Boston Whaler sales honors

Five MarineMax stores were named as Boston Whaler’s top five highest sales locations worldwide.

Five MarineMax stores were named as Boston Whaler’s top five highest sales locations worldwide.

The announcement was made at the Boston Whaler 2017 Dealer Awards Dinner on Oct. 18 in New Smyrna Beach, Fla.

MarineMax Naples took top honors, followed by neighboring MarineMax Fort Myers. In third place was MarineMax Sarasota. MarineMax Clearwater was fourth and MarineMax Pompano was fifth.

“The entire team at MarineMax is proud that we can be a part of Boston Whaler’s success. It is an awesome brand, and we are proud to represent Whaler in over 35 markets across the country,” MarineMax revenue officer Chuck Cashman said in a statement. “Whaler has found the perfect balance between safety, performance, fish-ability and comfort with all the models that range from 11 to 42 feet making them ideal for fishing, cruising or water sports.”

“MarineMax’s commitment to exceptional customer satisfaction, combined with Boston Whaler’s quality, innovation and durability, makes the quintessential partnership that creates an absolute win for our MarineMax-Boston Whaler owners,” Cashman added.


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