WestWinn adds Alumacraft to sales lineup in Canada

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WestWinn Group, a privately owned aluminum boat manufacturing company and distributor of Harbercraft, Jetcraft and Kingfisher boats, recently entered into a "progressive venture" with Alumacraft Boat Co., the company announced.

“Adding the Alumacraft lineup to the WestWinn product offering will unquestionably strengthen both brands in the Canadian market,” the company said in a statement.

The WestWinn Group recently restructured its sales organization and formed the WestWinn Sales Group. Leading this venture is industry veteran Andrew Klopak, former president of Lund Boat Co.

Alumacraft is extremely pleased to have the Westwinn Sales Group represent our boats in the Canadian market,” Alumacraft’s vice president of sales and marketing Jerry Byron said in a statement. “Andrew, along with his team of professionals, will do an outstanding job of developing Alumacraft as [the] No. 1 brand in the Canadian market, as Alumacraft is in the U.S.”

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