Aug 28, 2018

Lowe BoatsThe Boat Warehouse of Ontario, Canada, has been named the World's Largest Lowe Boats Dealer for 2018 at a recent awards ceremony and dinner at the Lodge at Four Seasons in Lake of the Ozarks, Missouri. The dealer has won the sales honor six times in the past seven years. 

Lowe Boats representatives presented the award to The Boat Warehouse's President Dave Mayhew and Managing Partners Dennis Reinsch and Greg Booth, thanking them for the dealership's consistently high sales performance in getting customers into the full line of Lowe watercraft. 

"Year after year, The Boat Warehouse has proven to be a sales leader for Lowe Boats products, giving our many excellent dealer partners new performance goals to shoot for," said Lowe Boats President Ben Cast. "Just like the boating community knows about the long history of quality products from Lowe Boats, customers of The Boat Warehouse have become accustomed to relying on topnotch service and support from the dealer's dedicated crew."

While the honor necessarily singles out The Boat Warehouse, Cast made it clear that the entire Lowe Boats dealer network is dedicated to helping customers from the initial contact on the sales floor to providing quality service throughout the boat ownership experience. It's all part of the new #TeamLowe social media effort to recognize the value of the company's dealer partnerships.

"#TeamLowe is an expression of the commitment Lowe Boats and our dealers share to enhance the boat-ownership experience for our customers," Cast said. "When customers choose any boat in our line-up, we will be there to provide quality service whenever and wherever they need it."

The Boat Warehouse was founded in 1991 and quickly grew to become a leading dealer of powerboats and fishing boats. Based in Kingston, Ontario, The Boat Warehouse serves the greater Toronto, Ottawa, Belleville, Prince Edward, Barrie and Peterborough areas through two locations.

For further information on The Boat Warehouse please visit: http://theboatwarehouse.com/

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