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Manteo Marine recognized by Grady-White Boats for sales and service excellence

Manteo Marine in Manteo has been awarded the Sales Achievement and Service Excellence awards for excellence in sales volume and customer service by Grady-White Boats for model year 2020.

The awards are presented to dealers that have achieved “one of the company’s top tiers in retail sales, and simultaneously provided world-class customer service to their customers for the model year,” stated a press release from Grady-White Boats.

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Joey Weller, vice president of sales, stated, “Manteo Marine has proven their dedication to their customers by demonstrating exceptional attention to detail in all aspects of the sales and service experience . . . Grady-White is honored to have Manteo Marine representing our brand. Their extended knowledge in our fine products along with providing incredible service for their customers sets a standard that other dealers strive to replicate.”

“Once again we are proud of our team and their continued commitment to always treating our customers with courtesy and respect. They are directly responsible for Manteo Marine receiving this award. We love what we do and we’re happy to come to work and sell Grady-White Boats every day,” noted Hunter Smithwick, Manteo Marine.

Founded in 1959, Grady-White Boats builds 26 models from 18 to 45 feet at its 500,000 sq. ft. facility in Greenville and has been manufacturing a variety of versatile, premium, high-quality sportfishing and coastal family boats for over 60 years. The company has been under continuous private ownership since 1968 by Eddie Smith, NMMA Hall of Fame member. Learn more at www.gradywhite.com.

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