NMMA reports boost in wholesale shipments

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The National Marine Manufacturers Association reported that U.S. wholesale shipments of outboard-, inboard- and sterndrive-propelled recreational boats were up 3.1 percent through April, compared with a year earlier.

Corresponding dollars were up 20 percent, according to the NMMA.

NMMA members receive complete monthly shipment reports and can access the association’s most up-to-date data within the website’s “statistics” section. Members must be logged in to access the report.

Non-members can click here to purchase dashboard reports.

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