Rec Boat Holdings hands out dealer honors

Rec Boat Holdings recognized outstanding dealers for each of its brands last week at its annual dealer meeting.
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Rec Boat Holdings recognized outstanding dealers for each of its brands — Four Winns, Glastron, Scarab and Wellcraft — last week at its annual dealer meeting.

Four Winns celebrated its 40th anniversary and Glastron celebrated its 60th.

“We have a solid network of dealers for each of our brands that we are extremely proud of,” Rec Boat Holdings president Roch Lambert said in a statement. “These award winners have achieved their status with passion and commitment to our brands. They are truly the foundation from which we are building our mutual success year after year.”

The company held its dealer meeting in Sarasota, Fla., before a global audience of more than 350 participants. The top award winners by brand are:

Four Winns

  • Top volume/U.S. multi-store: Skipper Bud’s Marine
  • Top volume/Canada multi-store: Marine Management Services
  • Top volume/International multi-store: Nautica Boats de Mexico
  • Top volume/U.S. single store: Melvin Village Marina
  • Top volume/Canada single store: Marina St-Mathias
  • Top volume/International single store: Dalian Jiyi International Trading

Glastron

  • Top volume/U.S. multi-store: Wilson Marine
  • Top volume/Canada multi-store: The Boat Warehouse
  • Top volume/International multi-store: Europe Marine
  • Top volume/U.S. single store: Patchogue Shores Marina
  • Top volume/Canada single store: Marina St-Mathias
  • Top volume/International single store: Hunts Marin PTY Ltd.

Scarab

  • Top volume/U.S. multi-store: MarineMax
  • Top volume/Canada: St. Onge Recreation
  • Top volume/International: Speed Marine EST
  • Top volume/U.S. single store: Bert’s Mega Mall

Wellcraft

  • Top volume/U.S. multi-store: Top Notch Marine
  • Top volume/U.S. single store: Tern Harbor Marina

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