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Sea Ray adds to dealer network

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Sea Ray Group added 20 new dealers to its network.

The Brunswick Corp.-owned boatbuilder, which consists of the Sea Ray and Meridian Yachts brands, has more than 400 dealers on six continents.

"With the addition of these distinguished dealerships, we continue to expand our heritage of credibility and reliability around the world," Sea Ray Group president Rob Parmentier said in a statement. "We strive for constant improvement and expansion in customer support and satisfaction by utilizing all available resources. The success of our brands is dependent upon exceeding customer expectations."

In North America, the Sea Ray Group added six premium dealerships to further meet the needs of customers in the states of Tennessee, Oklahoma, Arkansas and Louisiana and the provinces of Prince Edward Island and Ontario, Canada.

Click here for the full release and a complete list of new dealers.

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