Larson Boat Group adds Mid-Atlantic dealer

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The Larson Boat Group named Clarks Landing as a Striper dealer for New Jersey, Delaware and eastern Pennsylvania.

The dealership’s Point Pleasant facility will be selling Striper's lineup of center consoles, walkarounds and dual consoles from 20 to 30 feet.

"Adding Clarks Landing to our existing Striper dealer partners resulted not only from the product, but also from changes in the organization and team,” Larson Boat Group president and CEO Rob Parmentier said in a statement. "I have worked with George Truesdale and his team at Clarks Landing for more than 25 years, and I know they would not have added Striper and worked with Larson Boat Group if it were not for the opportunity and product we can add to their dealership to serve the fishing needs and requirements in their heavily competitive marketplace for fishing boats."

"I am excited to add Striper to the product offering at Clarks Landing Point Pleasant location to bring this great brand and product to the fishermen of Jersey and Delaware," Clarks Landing owner and president George Truesdale said. "Our expectations are to return Striper boats to the strong leadership position it once had in this part of the Atlantic.”

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