PRIDE MARINE GROUP ACQUIRES GEORGE’S MARINE AND SPORTS IN EASTERN ONTARIO

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Pride Marine Group Ltd., is pleased to welcome George’s Marine and Sports to the Pride family effective November 6, 2017. Both organizations share a proud history of supporting the boating industry and lifestyle through leadership, excellent customer service and a strong crew.  

Pride Marine (pridemarinegroup.com) was founded in 1986 and began as a single location. Within 30 years, Pride Marine Group has grown into 12 locations, strengthening its presence in Ontario. Pride Marine Group’s heritage has been driven by their customers and crew members. With the addition of the newest locations, 92% of all Ontario boating continues to happen within 1-hour of one of Pride’s 12 locations. 

George’s Marine and Sports (gmas.ca) has been involved in Eastern Ontario for over 49 years and brings the experience that comes with this length of time. George’s Marine operates three marine locations in Ottawa, Kingston, and Eganville, Ontario – which will allow Pride Marine Group to expand into the Eastern Ontario market. 

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