Two Connecticut MarineMax locations launch service app

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MarineMax Norwalk and MarineMax Westbrook launched a new mobile app in the Connecticut area to make scheduling boat service easier.

MarineMax said the Service Express app is available on Android and iOS. Customers can download the app, register their boat and schedule their service. Service can be performed in the boat’s current location, depending on the work being completed.

“With colder weather approaching, customers are scheduling their winterization services, and the MarineMax Service Express app makes it very easy,” David Dzurilla, MarineMax general manager, said in a statement.All you have to do is download it, create your profile, and submit your winterization request.”

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