Boatswain’s Locker Hosts Marine Trade Open House

Press Release
Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Everyone in the marine trades, from boat builders to technicians to operators, are invited to attend the Boatswain’s Locker Open House in Costa Mesa, CA on Monday, October 3, 2011.  The open house will feature Boatswain’s Locker’s primary marine propulsion and power generation manufacturers such as Mitsubishi, Scania, and Yanmar marine engines, Kohler Marine Generators, Hamilton Jet waterjet propulsion, and ZF Marine transmissions and controls.  In addition they will showcase their primary engine room accessory lines including Almo electrical wire, Buck Algonquin marine hardware, Boat Levelers trim tabs, CMP Global sacrificial anodes, Centek exhaust systems, FTZ electrical connectors, Groco marine hardware, ITT Jabsco pumps and equipment, Johnson/Mayfair pumps, Perko marine hardware, Racor filtration, Sierra aftermarket parts, Teleflex controls and more.

 
This Open House offers a unique opportunity for technicians, operators, and salespeople in the marine trades to view the latest products and also ask any technical or product questions they may have.  Manufacturer’s Representatives will give seminars and be available to answer questions about their products.  In addition, Boatswain’s Locker will be offering special wholesale discounts on all the products they represent when ordered at the Open House.
 
The open house begins at 8am and goes until 5 pm.  A free taco lunch will be served between 11 am and 1 pm along with refreshments.
 
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