Chris Craft adds Ohio dealer

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Chris Craft has expanded its dealer network, adding South Shore Marine of Huron, Ohio.

South Show Marine is a full-service facility that has been in operation on the Great lakes since 1989.

“Chris Craft is a legend, especially in the Great Lakes region” said Tom Mack, president of South Shore Marine, in a statement. “And it adds a wonderful mix of strikingly beautiful models to our “First Class Boats” line up.”

Gavan Hunt, vice president of sales at Chris-Craft, added, “Chris-Craft is proud to be associated with Tom Mack and the team at South Shore Marine. We are confident that they will deliver our mutual customers a world-class experience.”

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