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Four Winns hands out awards at dealer meeting

Four Winns gave awards to its top dealerships and their representatives from around the world at its 2017 dealer meeting in Sarasota, Fla.
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Four Winns gave awards to its top dealerships and their representatives from around the world at its 2017 dealer meeting in Sarasota, Fla.

Skipper Bud’s received the Admiral Award for the largest volume in the United States for a multiple-location dealership. Four Winns said Skipper Bud’s has been part of the dealer network for more than 40 years.

Buzz’s Marine Supply, of Kearney, Neb., received the Admiral Award for the largest volume in the United States for a single-location dealership. Buzz’s Marine Supply has been a part of Four Winns’ dealer network for more than 16 years.

Gebruder Salomon GMBH received the Admiral Award for the largest volume for a single-location international dealership. Gebruder Salomon, of Alsdorf bei Aachen, Germany, has been a part of Four Winns’ dealer network since 2011.

Nautica Mengual of Alicante, Spain, received the Admiral Award for the largest volume for a multiple-location international dealership.

Marina St. Mathias received the Admiral Award for the largest volume in Canada for a single-location dealership. Marina St. Mathias, of Quebec, has been a part of the Four Winns dealer network for more than four years.

More than 300 representatives from 165 dealerships attended the Sept. 18-21 Groupe Beneteau Dealer Meeting, along with representatives of Beneteau, Four Winns, Scarab, Glastron, Wellcraft and Jeanneaufrom around the world.

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