PURSUIT HONORS TOP DEALER AWARDS AT THEIR ANNUAL CONFERENCE

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Oct 2nd, 2018

Pursuit Boats awarded top domestic, international dealers and salespeople during their annual dealer conference in Sarasota, Florida. 

Prior to the Awards Ceremony, Pursuit hosted a Casino for Charity night to raise money for a worthy cause, matching any of the monies raised during the evening. A total of $10,000 was raised for The Florida Fishing Academy – which aims to positively influence South Florida at-risk youth through fishing and recreation.

“Celebrating the hard work and accomplishments of our valued dealer network is something we look forward to every year. We take the opportunity to strategize and strengthen our mutual business interests in person. This year, the event also gave us the opportunity to raise money for great charity.” said Bruce Thompson, President of Pursuit Boats.

Top honors for the number one Pursuit dealer went to Walker Marine Group, located in Marco Island, Florida. Jim and Christine Walker, owners, were on hand to accept the honor.

The Top Salesperson award went to Todd Cook of Quality Boats of Tampa Bay.

The Top Ten Pursuit dealers for the 2018 Model Year include:

1. Walker Marine Group, Marco Island, Fort Myers, Cape Coral & Naples, Florida
2. Ocean Blue Yacht Sales, Stuart, Palm Beach, Fort Lauderdale & Cape Canaveral Florida
3. Quality Boats of Tampa Bay, Clearwater & Sarasota, Florida
4. Strong’s Marine, Mattituck, Southampton & Port Washington, New York
5. Bosun’s Marine, Mashpee & Peabody, Massachusetts
6. Grande Yachts International, Grasonville, Maryland
7. South Shore Marine, Huron, Ohio
8. Legendary Marine, Destin, Panama City Beach & Pensacola, Florida
9. All Seasons Marine Works, Rowayton, Connecticut
10. Coastal Carolina Yacht Sales, Westbrook, Charleston, South Carolina

For further information please visit: www.pursuitboats.com/.

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