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Game & Leisure Boats appointed Caribbean dealers in Qld

by Creating Demand on 6 Jan 2014
Caribbean 35 sure to be a winner for Game & Leisure Boats in Queensland Creating Demand
Australia’s leading game fishing boat retailer Game & Leisure Boats has been appointed as Queensland Dealer for the Caribbean range of fishing and cruising boats.

Game & Leisure Boats has a long and proud reputation for representing many of the worlds leading game fishing boats, and the Australian built Caribbean range from 16 to 49 feet will be a great addition to their range.

Caribbean has a long and proud reputation for building quality sports fishing boats with the parent company International Marine manufacturing Caribbean in Australia for almost 50 years. The no nonsense build and performance of Caribbean matches exceptional value for money, with very few products able to offer such quality and performance at a similar price.

Game & Leisure Boats provides Caribbean with a strong and supportive Dealer for the Queensland market, offering exceptional levels of factory backed support and service for existing Caribbean owners and a premium market leading ownership experience for those looking to purchase a new Caribbean.

'The Caribbean range is perfectly suited to our business offering great value fishing and cruising boats, perfectly suited to the Queensland market,' said Game & Leisure Boats Managing Director Graham McCloy. Our Dealership can hold stock in our yard for the trailer-able range of Caribbeans and we can also house the bigger boats on our marina plus we can offer great trade ins for anyone looking to upgrade, commented Graham.

Game & Leisure Boats will welcome the arrival of a new Caribbean 19 and Caribbean 21 in January and for more information on the Caribbean range call 07 5577 5811 or visit www.gandlb.com.au
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