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Podcast series offers advice on selling boats

Matt Sellhorst

Matt Sellhorst

Matt Sellhorst, CEO of Boat Dealer Profits, said he has released a podcast series called “Boat Dealer Profits.”

Sellhorst said the show is a combination of interviews with industry experts, products and insights designed to help industry professionals sell more boats, make more money and have more fun.

Initial guests include Bob McCann of the dealer certification program of the Marine Retailers Association of the Americas; Jason Roberts of SureShade; and Melanie Clements, a dealership general manager from Texas.

Sellhorst said he offers insights and implementable ideas that dealership owners, managers, salespeople, brokers and manufacturers can use to become more profitable.

The podcast will be released every other week. The first six episodes, including; “Welcome to the Podcast” and the interview with the MRAA’s Bob McCann, are available wherever viewers get their podcasts.

The podcast is available for download and to subscribe on iTunes, Stitcher radio and



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