M&P Mercury Announces New Vancouver Island Location in Nanaimo

M&P Mercury proudly announces their first Vancouver Island location at the Anchorage Marina Building at 1520 Stewart Ave, Nanaimo, two blocks from the Departure Bay Ferry Terminal. The new Nanaimo M&P Mercury store is scheduled to open March 1, 2012 and will showcase Sea Ray, Boston Whaler, Bayliner and Trophy boats. “Vancouver Island has always been a very important market to M&P Mercury,” stated President Bob Pappajohn. “We are excited for the opportunity to better represent our brands to our Island clientele in such an optimal location.”

To mark the opening of their fourth location, M&P Mercury will be hosting an Open House event in March; Dave Boxrud, Vancouver Island Store Manager, with 30 years sales experience, will be on-hand to consult. “I am very proud to be a member of the M&P team as we officially bring Brunswick Boats back to Vancouver Island,” Dave commented, “I look forward to offering island residents a better selection of product to suit their boating needs and welcome current and prospective boaters to visit me at our new location and experience the professionalism and care you receive when you deal with M&P Mercury.”

M&P, with locations in Vancouver, Burnaby, North Vancouver and Nanaimo, was established in 1957 and is the West Coast dealer for six premium-quality Brunswick Boat lines: Sea Ray, Boston Whaler, Hatteras, Meridian, Trophy and Bayliner. M&P is the only Five Star Certified Marine Dealer in Metro Vancouver and the highest ranked boat dealer in Canada by Boating Industry’s Top 100. M&P strives to make the boating lifestyle the most rewarding, fulfilling and memorable experience possible. For more information on M&P Mercury, visit http://www.mpmercury.com/


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