Zodiac Nautic dealer in Annapolis has new location

The relationship between Annapolis Inflatables and Zodiac Nautic North America continues to grow.

The relationship between Annapolis Inflatables and Zodiac Nautic North America continues to grow.

The dealer recently moved into an upgraded facility in Annapolis, offering its customers not only a new main sales location, but also a secondary service center.

“We’ve been a Zodiac dealer for a long time. We have built a strong customer base with our commitment to customer service,” Annapolis Inflatables owner Dave Weaver said in a statement. “It was the right time for us to relocate our operation, providing our loyal customers with a dedicated showroom and a larger, more convenient service facility. There is a continual need to differentiate, and we do so with our excellent customer service, extensive product selection, and our improved sales and service facilities.”

The dealership will hold an open house and spring sale at the new location, 306 Second St., on Saturday from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. The new service location is at 7366 Edgewood Road.


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