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My-Villages stays on growth trajectory

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My-Villages
May 1, 2014

From its acquisition of DockMaster and new partnerships with boat builders and dealers for its The Boat Village online service, My-Villages continues to grow. Kevin Hutchinson, founder and CEO of My-Villages, shared some insights on where the company is headed and how he thinks it can reshape the way... Read more »

Dealerships can make money on finance and cash deals

By Heather Mariscal - Priority One
April 4, 2014

When a customer is ready to purchase his boat he has the option of paying cash or financing the unit. More than likely you are hoping he is going to finance with your dealership because you have the opportunity to make additional profit through finance reserve and products such as extended service contracts,... Read more »

Freedom Boat Club growing boating

Freedom Boat Club
March 17, 2014

Even as boat sales dropped during the recession, Americans continued their love affair with boating as participation numbers hit record levels. At Freedom Boat Club, it’s all about getting more people on the water. The boat club model is one that grows boating and opens it up to people who – for... Read more »

Scribble’s PureService offers solutions for marinas, boatyards

Boating Industry
September 12, 2013

Scribble Software has launched PureService, a fully integrated solution for marinas and boatyards that need to process work orders. The new software offers a seamless interface with all of Scribble’s other marina software solutions and utilizes the latest Windows platforms and .NET technology. “For... Read more »

Business Briefs: ASA Electronics

Boating Industry
February 5, 2013

ASA Electronics and their marine electronics brand JENSEN Marine has been a leading provider in the marine industry for the past 15 years. Today, the company brings both the audio and video amenities to the water that many have grown accustomed to at home. Boating Industry sat down with Monica Pletcher,... Read more »