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Chaparral and Robalo upgrade MRAA membership

Chaparral Boats and Robalo Boats upgraded their membership with the Marine Retailers Association of the Americas.
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Chaparral Boats and Robalo Boats upgraded their membership with the Marine Retailers Association of the Americas to a premier partner member.

Based in Nashville, Ga., Chaparral Boats and Robalo Boats are one of the longest-standing boatbuilder members of the MRAA.

“Chaparral and Robalo are proud to support and continue our partnership with the MRAA,” Chaparral and Robalo senior vice president Ann Baldree said in a statement.

“We feel very strongly about dealer education and dedicate significant resources to provide training to our sales professionals throughout the world. By enhancing our partnership commitment, we are able to further support our dealers and the MRAA.”

The MRAA partnered with Chaparral and Robalo for each of the last three years on dealer education.

Again this year the MRAA is providing access to several online training modules on the latest sales trends and expert advice to help power boat sales across the network.

“MRAA is honored by its long-standing relationship with the Chaparral and Robalo boat brands,” MRAA president Matt Gruhn said.

“Our educational programming, whether it’s found at our annual Marine Dealer Conference and Expo or online through MRAATraining.com, always seeks to provide real-world solutions for today’s dealers, and we’re proud that Chaparral, Robalo and their respective dealer networks continue to find great value in it as well.”

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