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Ribcraft reaches out with Demo Day

More than 50 people came out to Ribcraft's recent Demo Day, held June 27 on Boston Harbor. The event offered prospects an opportunity to demo and compare all nine Ribcraft models in one day.

"The event provided prospects with an intimate opportunity to personally evaluate each model to determine which boat was right for them," said Matthew Velluto, Ribcraft director of business development, in a statement. "We continue to look towards new marketing opportunities that deliver exceptional value to customers, prospects and the company. Our recent Demo Day was one such event."

Because of the popularity of the event, a second one is being planned for the coming months.

Ribcraft designs and builds performance oriented rigid inflatable boats, for professional and recreational markets.

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