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Clarks Landing Boat Sales, of Chester, Md., was appointed a Sea Ray Ambassador Dealer for the 2009 model year.

This is the fourth year Clarks Landing has received the honor.

“It is with great honor that we received this most prestigious recognition,” said managing partner Jeff Truesdale. “Our team works extremely hard everyday providing boaters on the Chesapeake Bay the best experience possible. The entire Clarks Landing team should be proud of their accomplishments.”

Of the 180 dealers throughout the country, Clarks Landing is one of only 21 designated Ambassador dealers.

To be selected as a Sea Ray Ambassador dealer, Clarks Landing had to demonstrate its ability to meet or exceed expectations in more than 150 operational requirements of the Sea Ray Master Dealer program.

Clarks Landing has been a Sea Ray dealer since 1994.

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