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Tiara and Intrepid customers request SureShade system

SureShade, the designer and manufacturer of retractable sunshade systems, completed new factory installations for Intrepid Powerboats and Tiara Yachts in response to customer requests for the SureShade system.

Intrepid installed a shade on its 2012 430 Sport Yacht at the request of a Florida client who specified the SureShade automated system, according to a release.

Tiara met a customer request by outfitting a 2012 5800 Sovran with the automated shade system.

“We see these recent customer-initiated factory installations as a direct result of the strong branding, growing market presence and unmatched product offering that SureShade has created in the boating industry,” Dana Russikoff, SureShade business leader and co-founder, said in the release.

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