Boston Whaler Introduces the Boston Whaler Owners Club

Boston Whaler

Mar 21, 2022

On March 11, 2022, Boston Whaler announced the new Boston Whaler Owners Club, a resource for owners and fans of Boston Whaler to unlock exclusive brand benefits, learn about upcoming events, and gain access to a world of information and opportunities.

“Boston Whaler has benefitted from an extremely passionate and loyal customer base and keeping that community strong and connected is very important to us,” says Kris Neff, President of Boston Whaler. “We are always striving to grow our owner community, to not only offer legendary boats, but also unforgettable ways to experience them.”

One of the most exciting features of the Owners Club is the Forums and Community Discussion boards. Members of the Owners Club can engage in one of the brand’s four forum boards by sharing an experience, asking a question, or replying to other’s posts. Fans that participate in the forums will unlock badges and rank higher in the community.

“We are constantly inspired by our long-time Boston Whaler owners and their cherished memories shared on social media and at in-person events that it felt important to include a Community Forums section of our new Owners Club,” said Melanie Whaler, Director of Marketing. “We hope these boards will be a place owners can form close bonds over likeminded topics and maybe even make a new friend with similar interests.”

Boston Whaler values its community and strives to strengthen it with the addition of the Boston Whaler Owners Club. Key features of this club were created with the brand’s vibrant community in mind.

Registration — To become a member of the Boston Whaler Owner’s Club, interested individuals may register with the same email associated with their boat warranty registration, or by logging in with the email and password associated with their MyWhaler App account (if they already have one). Both routes will present your boat details immediately for a seamless sign-in experience.

 

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