Bryant adds seven dealers

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Bryant Boats has expanded its dealer network, adding seven retail outlets throughout North America.

These new dealers include:

  1. Boat Tree Marina, Sanford, FL
  2. Cleveland Boat Center, Cleveland, TN
  3. Carolina Watersports, Mooresville, NC
  4. Dockside Marine of Houston, Montgomery, TX
  5. Heinen Motorsports, Osseo, MN
  6. Irish Boat Shop, Harbor Springs, MI – Charlevoix, MI - Traverse City, MI
  7. Summer Watersports, Muskoka, ON

“The new growth can be directly attributed to the increasing desire of all age groups to become part of the surf scene,” said John Dorton, president of Bryant Boats, in a statement. “We are getting nearly ten times the consumer leads that we previously received, and most of them are interested in our surf models.”

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