Bank of the Ozarks and MOTOTV have joined the Marine Retailers Association of the Americas as Partner Members.
Bank of the Ozarks is a regional bank that offers marine lending and services marine dealers throughout the United States. The indirect lending team at the bank provides consumer financing for dealers and brokers who sell and finance boats, aircraft and recreational vehicles.
“We value the members of the MRAA as well as the leadership and staff of the association,” said Scott Ramsden, executive vice president and national sales manager at Bank of the Ozarks, in a statement. “We are passionate in our support of a thriving marine industry, helping retailers nationwide grow their business and allowing more families to enjoy activities on our nation’s waterways.”
Bank of the Ozarks has reportedly been named the Nation’s Top Performing Bank in its asset size category for eight consecutive years.
“Without the support of partners, like Bank of the Ozarks, we would not be able to provide our members with the tools and resources necessary for the betterment of their businesses,” said Matt Gruhn, MRAA president. “We are excited to announce this partnership with Bank of the Ozarks and applaud their commitment to the success of the industry.”
MOTOTV Networks is an in-store digital signage network for powersport and action sport retailers providing customers with branded content to display on their showroom televisions. MOTOTV continues to update and provide new content with the purpose of informing educating and entertaining customers.
“The MRAA has been an awesome resource to keep us at the forefront of the marine industry,” said Chris Mosera, co-founder of MOTOTV. “We love how they constantly share new ideas with retailers to keep their businesses healthy and growing.”
Added Gruhn, “We all know that part of the sales process is to attract potential boat buyers to the boating lifestyle, MOTOTV provides great content that not only helps sell the product, but provides a glimpse into boat ownership. We are pleased to welcome
MOTOTV to the MRAA family and support their continued effort to creating lifelong boaters.”