Centurion and Supreme Boats hold dealer meeting

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Centurion and Supreme Boats held their annual dealer meeting and sales school Nov. 12-14 at the Hyatt Regency Resort, Spa and Casino in Lake Tahoe, Nevada.

Team rider Grant Korgan, founder of the Korg Movement foundation, was the featured speaker of the Centurion and Supreme dealer awards dinner, which was presented by Extreme Custom Trailers and Wet Sounds.

Korgan shared his wakesurfing experience, faith and resilience before awards were presented to outstanding salespeople and dealerships.

“I couldn’t be prouder of the work that was accomplished at the 2017 Centurion and Supreme dealer meeting,” said Centurion and Supreme Boats president Paul Singer in a statement. “But my favorite part of the meeting was just being together. This meeting gave me the opportunity to get to know our dealers in a fun, productive environment and for that reason I am so unbelievably energized about the future of these brands.”

Centurion and Supreme hosted classes, educating dealers about each brand and boat model, presenting marketing initiatives and analyzing the competition.

Click here to see the list of award recipients.

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