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Nautical Ventures makes Top 100 list


For the third consecutive year, South Florida-based Nautical Ventures was named one of the Top 100 Dealers in North America by Boating Industry magazine.

Roger Moore, CEO of Nautical Ventures Group, accepted the award, along with General Manager Spencer Milligan, Sales Manager Diego Conti and Director of Marketing Frank Ferraro.

“We are proud to be a part of these top dealers who understand that delivering a great customer experience, and not just a boat, is the key to success,” Moore stated.

The Boating Industry Top 100 has recognized the top dealers in North America every year since 2005. Business operations, professionalism, marketing tactics and customer service are among the criteria considered.

The award ceremony took place following the Marine Dealer Conference & Expo in Orlando, where Nautical Ventures also contracted with the Beneteau Group to carry its new Antares Boat line.

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