Baja Marine adds six dealers

Baja Marine, parent company of the Baja, Donzi, Fountain and Pro-Line boat brands, signed six new dealer partners.

Baja Marine, parent company of the Baja, Donzi, Fountain and Pro-Line boat brands, signed six new dealer partners.

Three of the them will represent Pro-Line Boats fishing boats, two will sell Fountain Powerboats and one will offer Baja Marine and Donzi Marine performance boat models.

“We’re very pleased to welcome these energetic new dealer partners,” Baja Marine vice president of sales administration Carol Price said in a statement. “With three new dealers in Florida and a new dealer each in Alabama, Ohio and Indiana, we will be better able to serve new and existing customers who are passionate about our brands.”

The three new Pro-Line dealers are Cape Coral Marine Centre in Cape Coral, Fla.; Outpost Marine Group in Palm Harbor, Fla.; and Tom’s Toys in Port Clinton, Ohio.

The two new Fountain dealers are Grander Marine LLC in Orange Beach, Ala., and South Florida Boat Center in Pembroke Pines, Fla.

The new Baja/Donzi dealer is Lakeview Marina in Noblesville, Ind.


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