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Larson Boat Group dealer meeting set for San Diego

Little Falls, Minn.-based Larson Boat Group's annual dealer celebration and meeting will take place Aug. 17-20 at the San Diego Sheraton Hotel & Marina in California.

"Our celebration in San Diego will be one of LBG's largest dealer meetings ever, highlighting our efforts for LBG's next 100 years," Larson Boat Group president and CEO Rob Parmentier said in a statement. "We will have the majority of our global dealer network present, along with many new dealer prospects, to see the numerous product enhancements to the existing product portfolio, along with the introduction of 14 new models for the 2015 model year."

The dealer meeting will have 50 percent of Larson Boat Group's model portfolio on display. There will be 18 boats in the water for demos and seven models on land for viewing.

"The 2015 model year will be a great year for Larson Boat Group, its respective brands and our dealer partners. Our dealer celebration and meeting is just the beginning of what we expect to come," Parmentier said.

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