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Scout Boats adds new dealers

South Carolina-based Scout Boats added 11 dealers in the United States, one in Panama and one in China.
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South Carolina-based Scout Boats added 11 dealers in the United States, one in Panama and one in China.

“We’re pleased to be partnered with these outstanding dealerships,” Scout Boats sales manager Alan Lang said in a statement. “As we settle into our 26th model year, these additions will help us penetrate further those important markets that will help our continued growth.”

The dealers are:

MarineMax Orlando, Orlando, Fla.; Viage Group Tampa Bay, St. Petersburg, Fla.; Sutter’s Canandaigua Marina Inc., Canandaigua, N.Y.; Harbour Place Marine Sales, Inc., Buffalo, N.Y.;

Northwest Boat Center, Portland, Ore.; Skipper Bud’s Volo, Round Lake, Ill.; Skipper Bud’s North Point, Winthrop Harbor, Ill.; Skipper Bud’s Madison, Madison, Wis.; Skipper Bud’s Oshkosh, Oshkosh, Wis.;

Skipper Bud’s Pewaukee, Pewaukee, Wis.; Skipper Bud’s Quarterdeck, Sturgeon Bay, Wis.; Quality Yachts of Panama, Panama City, Panama; and Zhanggang Yachts Co. Ltd., Hong Kong, China.

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