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Rec Boat Holdings adds Wellcraft dealers

Rec Boat Holdings signed several high-profile retailers to its growing network of Wellcraft dealers.

Rec Boat Holdings signed several high-profile retailers to its growing network of Wellcraft dealers.

The brand is expanding in the 2016 model year, along with aggressive programs that are being launched to dealer prospects this summer.

“We are prepared to penetrate the fishing boat market with brand-new models from Wellcraft designed to fit the needs of the family sporting enthusiast, as well as the hardcore fisherman,” Rec Boat Holdings president Roch Lambert said in a statement. “Wellcraft carries a long legacy of boating products and we will not disappoint with our new-model launches over the next several months,” he concluded.

The company plans to roll out nine new models in time for the 2016 boat show season. A preview is planned at the company’s model year 2016 dealer meeting in late September.

The new dealers are:

Captain’s Choice Boats, Fort Walton Beach, Fla.; Fairwinds Marina, Annapolis, Md.; Fraser Yacht Sales, Vancouver, British Columbia; Hall’s Sport Center, Muskegon, Mich.; Louis Marine, Westbrook, Conn.; Norris Lake Boat Center, LaFollette, Tenn.; Spicer’s Boat City, Houghton Lake, Mich.; Sport Boats Marine, Fort Myers, Fla.; and The Boat Warehouse, Kingston, Ontario.

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