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Cobalt Boats hands out awards at dealer meeting

Cobalt Boats recognized top-performing Cobalt and Marker One dealers at its annual dealer event.
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Cobalt Boats recognized top-performing Cobalt and Marker One dealers at its annual dealer event.

The Central and Worldwide CSI Award went to Gordy’s Lakefront Marine in Fontana, Wis., for the fourth year in a row.

“These customer satisfaction awards are the ultimate recognition of our dealer partners, and they work hard to earn it,” customer service specialist Debbie Meigs said in a statement. “One third of our dealer organization had a perfect score of 100, determined by 30 to 75 surveys returned. It is my absolute honor to work daily with a dealer organization who continues to exceed customer expectations.”

Dealers recognized for their level of customer satisfaction included:

  • Most Improved CSI: Brunnert Grimm, Switzerland
  • International CSI: Zenith for Imports/Exports, Egypt
  • Northeast CSI: German Bros. Marina, Canandaigua, N.Y.
  • Southeast CSI: Tom George Yacht Sales, Dunedin, Fla.
  • Western CSI: Great Lakes Marine, Littleton, Colo.

Also recognized at the meeting were the top international dealer, Zenith Import/Export, Egypt, and the rookie of the year, Motonautica, of Spain.

The top 10 dealers and the world’s largest Cobalt Boats and Marker One dealer were announced:

Parks Marina in Okoboji, Iowa; Boats by George in Lake George, N.Y.; Village Marina in Lake Ozark, Mo.; San Ramon Boat Center in Rocklin, Calif.; Gordy’s Lakefront Marine in Fontana, Wis.; Slalom Shop in Lewisville, Texas; Arrowhead Boat and Yacht Sales in Ketchum, Okla.; Premier Marine in Middleton, Mass., and Wolfeboro, N.H.; Seattle Boat Co. in Seattle; and Singleton Marine Group in Buford, Ga. — the world’s largest Cobalt Boats dealer for the fifth year in a row and the world’s largest Marker One dealer.

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