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MarineMax to hold Virtual Boat Show

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MarineMax said it plans to hold the world’s largest online used-boat sale March 21-23. The Virtual Boat Show will include “the chance to tour an array of boats, yachts and services,” online, according to a statement. It will also include “exclusive prices, trade evaluations, financing options and unique benefits,” according to the statement. The company did not say how many boats would be for sale.

“Our customers now have a chance to see our entire lineup of used boat inventory from MarineMax locations nationwide, all in the convenience of their own home,” said Chuck Cashman, MarineMax CRO. “This is an unprecedented online event allowing our customers to use the internet the way they browse for most goods and tap into the size and footprint of MarineMax Nationwide." 

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