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Clarks Landing Yacht Sales has an immediate opening in our Annapolis area offices. Clarks Landing Yacht Sales has been in existence for 35+ years and is one of the most recognized and respected names in the marine industry!

Sales will include both brokerage and new boat sales. We are seeking a highly self-motivated individual to join our professional sales organization. You will have the opportunity to sell some of the most respected brands in the marine industry including Sea Ray and Beneteau powerboats. We have an excellent training program for the right individual. Candidate will be responsible for building brokerage business in addition to selling new Yachts and Boats.

Successful candidates will have prior selling experience and a love of boating (prior boat or car sales experience preferred). We offer a base salary, benefits and one of the strongest commission plans in the industry. We also offer a guaranteed minimum salary for the right candidate for the first year. Additional benefits include 401k, paid vacation and sick days, dental discount program and health insurance.

If you believe this opportunity is a good fit for you, please apply to get on board with Clarks Landing Yacht Sales!

Email resumes to:

Maryland: Dave@clarkslanding.com

New Jersey: mlonghi@clarkslanding.com

Or speak to Sales manager, Dave Patnaude, directly at (848) 210 6253 

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