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Supreme Boats adds 21 dealers

Merced, Calif.-based surf and wake-boat builder Supreme Boats said it added 21 dealers in the last several months.
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Merced, Calif.-based surf and wake-boat builder Supreme Boats said it added 21 dealers in the last several months.

“We are ecstatic to strengthen the Supreme dealer network with these high-performance, customer-oriented dealers,” Supreme Boats president Erin McIlhatton said in a statement. “This crazy reaction to our 2016 boats is also such a cool indicator of our direction as a value-class towboat brand.”

The dealers are:

  • Barling Boat Sales Inc., Fort Smith, Ark.
  • Bull Shoal Lake Boat Dock, Bull Shoals, Ark.
  • Center Hill Sports Marine, Sparta, Tenn.
  • Correct Craft Korea, Seoul, South Korea
  • Erwin Marine Sales, Chattanooga, Tenn.
  • Erwin Marine Sales, Grant, Ala.
  • Gregg Orr Extreme, Texarkana, Texas
  • H2O Sportz & Marine, Sherwood, Ark.
  • H2O Sports & Marine, Dothan, Ala.
  • H&H Marine, Oklahoma City, Okla.
  • Hillyer’s Santiam Motorsports, Aumsville, Ore.
  • Pride Marine Bracebridge, Ontario, Canada
  • Race City Marine, Mooresville, N.C.
  • Sail & Ski, Austin, Texas
  • Sail & Ski, San Antonio, Texas
  • Shady Creek, El Dorado, Kan.
  • Sun Country Marine, Ontario, Calif.
  • Sun Country Marine, Newport Beach, Calif.
  • Ugly John’s, Catoosa, Okla.
  • Waters Edge Marina, Polk City, Iowa
  • Wizard Lake Marine, Kelowna, British Columbia

Supreme Boats introduced in August its Supreme S238 and S211 modified v-bow towboats, which the manufacturer says quickly began turning heads.

Supreme Boats is part of the Correct Craft family of sportboats.

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