Fairline Boats holds annual dealer conference

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Yacht builder Fairline Boats hosted its annual dealer conference to highlight its new manufacturing facility and 48-foot range.

The conference was held June 11 at Rushton Hall in Northamptonshire, England, and it saw the Targa 48 Open unveiled to Fairline’s dealer network ahead of its world debut in July and included a tour of the new facility, presentations from key suppliers and an awards ceremony that recognized standout dealers.

The awards and winners in each category are:

• Service Excellence Award: Fairline Channel Islands

• Marketing Innovation Award: Fairline Florida

• Dealer of the Year Award: Fairline North Mallorca

• Vision & Investment Award: Fairline Turkey

• Vision & Investment Award: Fairline India

“The 2013 Fairline Dealer Conference has truly highlighted the incredibly high standards of Fairline dealers worldwide,” sales and marketing director James Robinson said in a statement. “The award winners epitomize the innovation, vision and customer service that Fairline is renowned for. We are very proud of our dealerships and see them as a vital part of making Fairline Boats the world-class luxury brand that it is. Their intimate local knowledge and experience ensures we can offer a consistently high level of service right around the world.”

The dealer conference also included business updates from Fairline and Better Capital and gave Fairline suppliers an opportunity to network with dealers.

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