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SureShade names its top dealer

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SureShade, a designer and manufacturer of retractable sunshade systems for the marine industry, named Siebert Yacht Management in Jupiter, Fla., as the winner of SureShade’s 2014 Dealer of the Year Award.

SureShade said its dealer award and recognition program is designed to recognize sales performance, installation expertise, customer service, co-marketing efforts and private boat owner feedback.

Siebert Yacht Management, a certified Sabre Yachts service center, installed automated sunshade systems on more than a dozen boats, including brands such as Sabre, Back Cove and Beneteau.

“In the last few years SureShade has grown to become a significant part of our yacht services business as more and more boaters want to incorporate their sunshade systems aftermarket,” Siebert Yacht Management president John Siebert said in a statement. “It’s been a pleasure to support SureShade’s market growth by ensuring truly aesthetic integrations on boats throughout Florida.”

“Siebert Yacht Management has been an invaluable partner for over four years,” said Dana Russikoff, SureShade business leader and co-founder. “We know we can always count on Jay and his team to deliver quality work as they help us meet the growing demand for our shade installations in the busy Florida boating market. We look forward to continuing to grow our business relationship with Jay in Florida and beyond.”

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