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Scout Boats adds SkipperBud’s as Midwest dealer

Scout Boats and SkipperBud’s signed a deal making them their exclusive boat dealer for the Midwest region.
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Scout Boats and SkipperBud’s signed a deal making them their exclusive boat dealer for the Midwest region, including Wisconsin, Michigan, Ohio, Indiana and Illinois.

“Since SkipperBud’s joined our Scout dealer network in 2015, they’ve continually shown their commitment to our brand,” Scout Boats sales and marketing director Alan Lang said in a statement. “As more of their locations have been added to our roster, we agreed this was the perfect time to provide exclusivity for them in these growing markets.”

SkipperBud’s currently represents Scout in 11 of their 23 dealerships across the nation, including SkipperBud’s Volo in Round Lake, Ill.; SkipperBud’s North Point in Winthrop Harbor, Ill.; SkipperBud’s Bay City in Bay City, Mich.; SkipperBud’s Belle Maer in Harrison Township, Mich.; SkipperBud’s Grand Haven in Grand Haven, Mich.; SkipperBud’s Lake Fenton in Fenton, Mich.; SkipperBud’s Marina Del Isle in Marblehead, Ohio; SkipperBud’s Madison in Madison, Wis.; SkipperBud’s Oshkosh in Oshkosh, Wis.; SkipperBud’s Pewaukee in Pewaukee, Wis.; and SkipperBud’s Quarterdeck in Sturgeon Bay, Wis.

“We are thrilled to add Scout Boats to our lineup in Ohio, which gives SkipperBud’s the entire Midwest Great Lakes region for the brand,” SkipperBud’s West Michigan general manager Rick Williams said.

“Make no mistake, this is a high quality boatbuilder and we could not be more pleased with Scout Boats commitment to quality and customer service since acquiring the brand in 2015,” Williams said. “We are very excited about the growth potential Scout represents for this segment in the region, and we look forward to adding to the growing SkipperBud’s and Scout Boats family of loyal customers.”

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