NMMA reports increase in powerboat shipments

Wholesale shipments of traditional powerboats were up 6.6 percent through February.
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Wholesale shipments of traditional powerboats were up 6.6 percent through February for the National Marine Manufacturers Association’s control group of manufacturers.

Corresponding dollars were up 1.6 percent for the month among participating members.

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