Sportsman Boats signs exclusive agreement with Garmin for electronics

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Sportsman Boats will exclusively feature Garmin electronics.

Sportsman Boats will exclusively feature Garmin electronics.

Garmin said that Sportsman Boats will feature its electronics exclusively across the Sportsman line. Sportsman will build 17 models of center-console and bay boats from 20- to 31-feet for model year 2019.

“We always seek to work with organizations that are innovative and bring exceptional value to our customers,” said Richie Rodgers, director of sales and marketing for Sportsman in a statement. “Garmin’s incredible reputation is unmatched and if you’ve owned a boat in the past, more than likely, you’ve owned a Garmin product.” 


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