Centurion and Supreme add 22 dealers

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Watersports towboat manufacturers Centurion and Supreme said they have signed 22 new dealers this year.

Parent company Correct Craft said many of them were introduced to Centurion and Supreme at the 2016 Marine Dealer Conference and Expo. The builders have a display at the 2017 MDCE, which continues through Wednesday in Orlando, Fla.

“As more and more dealerships are exposed to the momentum of Centurion and Supreme, we receive more and more inquiries to represent these brands,” Paul Singer, president of Centurion and Supreme Boats, said in a statement. “I can’t tell you how cool it is to be able to say that. Success is contagious, and it is driving our team to continuously improve and continue to share our brands’ stories.”

Centurion Boats and Supreme Boats became Correct Craft companies in 2015.

Centurion said the company sold double the number of its Ri257 that had been predicted when the model was introduced in September 2016. The Ri237 was the official towboat of the 2017 Wake Surfing and Wakeboard world championships.

Supreme said it had 35 percent retail growth from 2016, led by its S238.


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