Crestliner Announces Million-Dollar Club & Dealer Award Winners

Canadian dealers were three of the eight boat dealerships from across North America that earned Crestliner’s prestigious Million-Dollar Club Award for 2012, an increase in the number of award winners compared to the previous year. The Million-Dollar Club Award winners were awarded by Crestliner President Ben Cast, who was accompanied by Andy Graves, president of Brunswick Boat Group, and Jeff Kinsey, president of Freshwater Boat Group, during the company’s Dealer Meeting, heldrecently in Crestliner’s home state of Minnesota.

To earn Million-Dollar Club membership, a dealer’s annual sales of Crestliner products must be in excess of $1million.

2012 Million-Dollar Club Award Winners:
Cedar Lake Sales, West Bend, Wis.
Free Spirit Marine, Edmonton, Alberta
H & W Marine, Flint, Texas
Ken’s Sports, Inc., Kaukauna, Wis.
Pomerleau Les Bateaux, Riviere-du-Loup, Quebec
Rapid Sport Marine, Ham Lake, Minn.
Regina Marine, Ltd., Regina, Saskatchewan
Wilson Marine Corp., Harrison Township, Mich.

“Our goal for this year’s Crestliner dealer meeting celebration was to create a positive, upbeat experience for our dealers,” Cast said during his thank you address. “They work so hard on our behalf, promoting our products and supporting the Crestliner brand promise.”

“It was nice to pause for a moment and celebrate the many successes that Crestliner dealers have achieved,” Crestliner Marketing Manager Lori Kneeland said following the annual meeting. “Based on the dealer feedback we’ve received so far, we accomplished that goal. In addition to having an upbeat meeting, the excitement and positive energy around our brand going into the upcoming model year was apparent.”

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