Konrad Marine’s 20th Anniversary, Business of the Year

Wednesday, February 16, 2011
Image courtesy Konrad Marine
2011 marks Konrad Marine's 20th Anniversary of bringing stern drive technology to the commercial, recreational, and military marine marketplaces.
 
The company recorded the highest sales volume in their 20-year history at the close of 2010. The company’s new product line release is slated for the Miami International Boat show in
February 2011.
 
In addition, Konrad Marine was recently awarded the honor of being named Business of the Year 2010, by the Hudson Area Chamber of Commerce. Konrad Marine was selected for this award based upon innovation in their industry, quality of service, involvement and support in their community.
 
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