Gone Fishin' Marine Joins Adds Triton to line-up of Boats
Dixon, CA- The rumors are true; where most boat dealers are in "duck and cover" mode, Gone Fishin' Marine in has made the audacious move of adding Triton boats to actually expand its offering. The Dixon boat dealer joined the Triton team just in time to have boats ready to go for tournament season, and now offers boaters and anglers more options and services than any dealer in Northern California.
An industry leader, Gone Fishin' Marine is also home to Lund, Tracker, Nitro, Jetcraft, and Skeeter boats. Rounding out their inventory with the savvy addition of Triton boats is just one more step on the road to offering pure excellence in the Northern California boating experience. Gone Fishin' Marine is best known for its mammoth sized showroom, but the single location, off I-80 in Dixon, also offers a full tackle shop, a boating accessories shop, an OEM parts department, and an award winning marine service & warranty department- all working together to keep anglers out on the water, doing what they love to do. A culture of customer-centered thinking has led GFM to become one of Boating Industry's Top 100 Dealers of 2008, one of the first Marine Industry Certified Dealers in the nation, and one of only a handful of Mercury Premier Service centers.
Says GFM owner Mark Blanton, "We're really glad for the opportunity to offer such variety and so many high-quality options to our angling community! Triton boats are truly second-to-none; we look forward to a great partnership with an outstanding boat builder."
Triton boats, famous for its tradition of extraordinary quality, design innovation, and rugged durability, added Gone Fishin' Marine to its dealer network this March. Their full line-up offers a wide range of options for anglers and boaters of every stripe. From aluminum jon boats, up through 21' tournament bass boats, the Tennessee company builds a boat for every kind of fishing, and every kind of budget. Where some manufacturers focus on safety or performance or strength, Triton's engineers see to it that anglers get the best of all worlds building all three aspects into every single design. Triton doesn't leave off at just building boats either. They build community with important programs like this year's Triton Gold contingency, in which Triton owners are eligible to earn up to $3 million in potential cash bonuses in over 3,000 officially sanctioned events. Additionally, Triton stays in constant contact with its owner community as a major part of their continuing research and development process. While the engineers take care of the details, Triton boats are, in effect, boats built by anglers for anglers every step of the way.
For more information, visit www.gfmarine.com or contact Emily Trites at Gone Fishin' Marine.
Source: gfmarine.com (2009-03-26)