CAMPION MARINE HOSTS 40TH DEALER CONFERENCE IN KELOWNA, BC

Campion Marine

With more than double the number of dealers than last year’s event, Campion Marine is optimistic about the upcoming year. The Campion dealer network was introduced to the 2014 model lineup which also included theintroduction of the newly acquired Reinell brand.

Brock Elliott, President said, “40 years is quite a historic milestone; one that we are very proud to have achieved through the commitment and support of our dealer network, our dedicated and talented staff and our suppliers. We had a very good turnout of dealers this year and are excited about the coming model year. With Reinell, we look forward to being able to provide our dealers with a lower cost brand to complement the premium Campion line up. We are proud and passionate about the quality of our boats and our continued innovation to go green. We had 25 models on display for our dealers to inspect and test drive.”

Campion welcomed the following new dealers: Factory Recreation, Midland, Ontario; Gateway Powersports & Marine, Peterborough, Ontario; Howell’s Marine, Chatham, Ontario; Fenelon Falls Marina, Fenelon Falls, Ontario; RM Sport, Val D’or, Quebec; Wallace Marine, Great Falls, Montana, and Beckstrand Marine, Salt Lake City, Utah. Campion Marine, a family owned business, has a strong, diversified product line up, consisting of Chase high performance boats, Explorer sport utility boats, Allante runabouts and cruisers, Svfara wake and surf tow boats, Infinyte alternate energy boats and now Reinell runabouts and fish & ski models.

Campion is committed to leading the industry in building the greenest boats by using the best and most ecologically friendly products. Campion builds all of its boats with Ashland’s Envirez® resin, Ecomate® flotation foams, and Acrastrip® acetone replacement. Campion has made bold steps forward to create a more environmentally friendly boat.

Campion Marine provides floor plan financing through GE Capital and TCF Inventory Financing.

www.campionboats.com

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