OneWater Marine touts May sales

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Atlanta-based OneWater Marine Holdings recognized 34 sales consultants for delivering 10 or more boats each in the month of May, contributing to a record-setting month for unit sales at the company.

OneWater’s family of dealerships delivered a total of 1,190 boats in May, eclipsing the company’s prior record of 926 units in March. That represents a 264-unit increase.

“We’re thrilled with the contribution from all of our team members in realizing this incredible achievement,” said OneWater COO Anthony Aisquith in a statement. “But to have 34 individuals sell 10 or more units each across all of our 14 dealership brands, that’s simply amazing and worthy of special recognition. As we enter the busiest season of our year, it’s great to see all of our departments working so well together. I couldn’t be prouder of our team.”

In total, the 34 top-performing sales team members accounted for 40 percent of the company’s total units sold, the company said.

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