Chris-Craft adds Southern region distributor

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Chris-Craft entered a multistate distribution agreement with OneWater Marine Holdings LLC.

OneWater Marine consists of 19 locations across Georgia, South Carolina, Alabama and the Florida Panhandle, as well as the Dallas and Houston markets.

"Our relationship with OneWater Marine senior management dates back to a time when we had different careers within the industry,” Chris-Craft sales and marketing vice president Jeff Ellis said in a statement. “To reunite like this, sharing these same values and growing our respective companies together is an exciting opportunity. We stand firmly behind Austin Singleton's drive to deliver the right boat to a very diversified customer base.”

"Chris-Craft is the pioneer of recreational boating and one of the most iconic boat brands in history,” OneWater Marine Holdings CEO Austin Singleton said. “We are excited to offer their exciting lineup of luxury boats across all of our locations and markets.”

The 2015 Chris-Craft models are now available at most OneWater Marine locations. Additional boats are in production.

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