SureShade names 2017 dealer of the year

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The Absolut 58 made its debut at the Dusseldorf Boat Show with a SureShade ATF shade system.

The Absolut 58 made its debut at the Dusseldorf Boat Show with a SureShade ATF shade system.

SureShade, the manufacturer of retractable shade systems for the marine industry has named Indemar as its 2017 Dealer of the Year.

Indemar is SureShade’s Italian distributor and was selected for the honor after securing OEM clients for the company in 2017 and for promoting SureShade products throughout Europe.

“While we continue to see strong momentum with many dealers across the U.S., we have selected an international partner for our dealer of the year award based on SureShade’s significant global growth in 2017,” said Dana Russikoff, business leader and co-founder of SureShade in a statement. “Indemar has excelled in growing business for us internationally and has done an outstanding job introducing SureShade’s American-made product line of sunshade systems to clients throughout Europe seeking a sunshade solution that offers improved design, functionality and value.”

Indemar formed OEM agreements for SureShade with Pardo Yachts on its 43-foot model and with Absolute Yachts on its 58 Fly and 73. 


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