Since October 2013, the Larson Boat Group (LBG) has added 19 new Domestic and International dealers to the dealer network, two new models have been released, and the new Escape pontoon line has been well received at retail.

 "We have an incredible amount of energy, motivation and determination at Larson Boat Group to return this company and our brands back to a leadership position," said Rob Parmentier LBG President and CEO.

 The 19 new dealers selling and servicing anyone or a combination of Larson Boat Group brands of Larson, Larson FX freshwater fishing boats, Escape by Larson pontoon boats, Striper offshore saltwater fishing boats and Triumph boats are:

•             Border City RV – Lloydminster, Alberta Canada
•             Checkered Flag Marine – Mount Vernon, Washington (Seattle)
•             Dakota Columbia Rentals – Seven Bays, Washington (Spokane)
•             Hannays Marine – St. Anthony Village, Minnesota

•             Lake Union Sea Ray – Seattle, Washington
•             K & R Marine – Kelowna, British Columbia Canada
•             Midway Auto and Marine – Lovell, Wyoming
•             Motonautica Graziella – Galenzano Italy
•             Nautical Water Sports Center – Parker, Arizona
•             Palm Bay Marine – Shanghai China
•             Rudy Marine – Wilmington, Delaware
•             Sandpoint Marine and Motorsports – Ponderay, Idaho
•             The Outboard Motor Shop – Oakland, California
•             Snow and Water Sports – Corner Brook, Newfoundland Canada
•             Huntsville Marine – Huntsville, Ontario Canada
•             Pomerleau – Riviere-De-Loup, Quebec Canada
•             Marine Center of Indiana – Indianapolis, Indiana
•             Verle's Sporting Goods – Shelton, Washington
•             Boat House of Anaheim – Anaheim, California

"The diversity and marine knowledge of the LBG new dealers as well as our current dealer network allows us to continue to drive market share growth, new product development and innovation to be positioned for our next 100-years of success," added Parmentier.

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