Larson Boat Appoint Checkered Flag Marine as Dealers

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Friday, March 21, 2014

America's Larson Boat Group (LBG) says it has set up a new partnership with Checkered Flag Marine. Checkered Flag outlets in Mount Vernon, Washington will now serve Western Washington from the Cascade Mountain range west as the authorized Larson (runabouts and cruisers from 16' – 32'), Larson FX (freshwater fishing boats 16' – 21') and Larson Escape (pontoon boats 21' – 25') dealer. 



Larson explains that Checkered Flag Marine has served the western Washington boating community for more than 22 years, since it's founding in 1992. Its staff of sales and service professional have more than 126 combined years of marine experience.



Checkered Flag Marine's owner, Larry Carpenter, presently is a prominent member of the Northwest Marine Trade Association, and previously served as president of the organization. "Larry and his team's passion, energy and determination to grow Larson's sales in Western Washington is exactly what we look for as we grow our dealer network in open market opportunities to serve for the next 100-years of Larson's success," added Pat Blake, LBG Vice President of Sales and Marketing.


About Larson Boat Group:
The Group designs, builds and markets 58 models of boats within three brands: Larson, Triumph and Striper. The 100-year-old company sells its boats through dealers located throughout the United States, Canada and worldwide. LBG is a proponent of green manufacturing, building Triumph models with 100 percent recyclable Roplene, and many Larson and select Striper models with VEC® Technology that reduces styrene emissions by up to 90 percent. Larson Boat Group is headquartered in Little Falls, Minn.
 

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