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Lowrance extends OEM deal with Phoenix Bass Boats

Fishfinding marine electronics manufacturer Lowrance announced a renewed OEM partnership with Phoenix Bass Boats.

Fishfinding marine electronics manufacturer Lowrance announced a renewed OEM partnership with Phoenix Bass Boats.

Under the terms of the three-year agreement, Lowrance will be the standard electronic equipment on all Phoenix high-performance bass boats.

“Phoenix is proud to continue its strong relationship with Lowrance,” Phoenix president Gary Clouse said in a statement. “The perfect partner, Lowrance HDS Gen3 displays are the ideal fit for our high-end boats.”

Navico CEO Leif Ottosson said the partnership is mutually beneficial.

“With our commitment to provide our customers the best in terms of quality, delivery and support — in addition to providing best-in-class fishfinding and navigation solutions — this agreement represents a big win for new Phoenix Boat owners,” he said.



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