MRAA debuts nationwide insurance program

Author:
Updated:
Original:

The Marine Retailers Association of the Americas announced that the MRAA Rewards Insurance Program, available through Norman-Spencer Marine Insurance Services to MRAA members, was rolled out nationwide March 1.

The MRAA Rewards coverage, which is part of the agency’s AquaPac program, offers consumers broad, affordable insurance coverage that accommodates the full spectrum of boats, the MRAA said.

“We’ve been working with Norman-Spencer and the AquaPac team to design and implement this product and we’re excited to see it coming to market nationwide,” MRAA president Matt Gruhn said in a statement.

“Not only will this program create greater opportunities for consumers who cover their boats with the AquaPac product, but it also offers MRAA members a fabulous opportunity to expand their offerings and drive additional business to their dealerships,” he added.

Related

Social Media App Launches

Scuttlebutt is a free platform to help connect the boating community, in addition to offering real-time weather conditions and other information.

The Dearth of Inventory

A continued push for new product has dealers looking well into the future for inventory levels to normalize.

Registration Open for IWMC

ICOMIA’s World Marinas Conference is scheduled for Oct. 12-14 in Dubai.

YellowV Appoints Product Sales Manager

The Vetus company aims to target growth in the watersports sector by appointing Nick Tuinenburg as product sales manager.

Lowrance, White River Marine Strengthen Collaboration

Electronics packages from the Navico subsidiary, including Ghost trolling motors, are set to be standard equipment on select White River boat brands.

Dealers: Will You Attend Boat Shows?

Will the shortage of boat inventory and other supply-chain challenges influence dealer decisions to attend fall and winter boat shows?

Change is Coming, Ready or Not

Every marine business must prepare for all kinds of technology that will upend the industry, fast.