BIG BOAT BUMPERS – NOW AVAILABLE IN CANADA

Big Boat Bumpers

Mar 23, 2021

Henry H Smith is pleased to announce their recent appointment as the Canadian Distributor for the Big Bumper Company line of products.

Big Bumper Company is a leading manufacturer of inflatable bumpers and fenders for the marine industry. Joining the ever-growing Big Bumper Company family, Henry H. Smith are marine drive specialists and have been a premier supplier to the boating industry for over 120 years.

Big Bumper Company brings to the marine industry one of the most effective inflatable boat bumpers and boat fenders ever created. Big Bumpers® are much larger than traditional bumpers and fenders, available in large 18” and 24” diameters and lengths from 2’ to 12’. The larger size of an inflatable Big Bumper® provides protection not offered by conventional smaller bumpers. They are perfect for private docks, marinas and rafting up to other boats. Big Bumpers® are fully customizable with logo’s and graphics. Inflated or deflated in seconds they are the perfect accessory to protect gelcoat and fiberglass from both surface scratches and more serious damage. Once deflated they are compact enough to be stored in lockers or storage cabinets on any sized boat. This level of boat hull protection has never been so practical and so easy.

To learn more about this exciting new product contact Henry H Smith at 800-338-8900 or visit
www.bigbumpercompany.ca

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