Mercury Marine and Zodiac Nautic partner at boat shows

The two brands have joined forces to market their relationship, promoting the bond at the Paris, Dusseldorf and Miami shows.
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Prior to the Miami International Boat Show, Mercury Marine and Zodiac Nautic laid out a vision for growth as Zodiac CEO Dominique Heber-Suffrin and Zodiac Nautic Americas president Gary Durnan visited Mercury Marine’s global headquarters in Wisconsin.

During the last month, the two brands have joined forces to market their relationship, promoting the bond at the Paris, Dusseldorf and Miami shows.

In February Zodiac and Mercury exhibited their growing relationship on the water at the Miami show. Consumers were able to demo a RecPro 650, powered by a 150-hp Mercury FourStroke outboard with Active Trim.

“I wanted to work with Mercury because they are the world leader and we are the world leader,” Heber-Suffrin said in a statement. “We want to be the undisputed world leader.”

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