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Dockside Electronics expands headquarters

Dockside Electronics is expanding its Mystic, Conn.-based operation to include a larger showroom, a heated bay for trailerable boat installations and repairs and expanded service space.

New owner Brian Brousseau has been handling installations for Dockside for more than 10 years and has been a partner in the business since 2007. Tim Killam has been promoted to sales and office manager for the company, handling all day-to-day company business.

Fred Anderson, the team’s installation technician, has been with the company for 28 years.

Dockside is hosting an open house on April 14. The new Dockside team will be available to welcome guests and showcase the features of the new location. Raymarine, Furuno, Simrad, Lowrance and B&G will be on site to display their latest new products. Other Dockside vendors and products also will be on display.

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