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Brunswick Corporation : Crestliner Announces Million Dollar Club Award Winners at Annual Dealer Meeting

Otsego, Minn., Aug. 21, 2017 - Crestliner presented Million Dollar Club awards to 14 dealers at its 2017 dealer meeting, a high-energy event focused on the company’s newest models, marketing initiatives and product innovations.

The Million Dollar Club Award honors dealers whose annual sales of Crestliner products exceeded $1 million. Many of the award winners went above and beyond that threshold, surpassing $2 and $3 million. A complete list of winners can be found at the close of this news release.

“Few things are more gratifying than handing out the Million Dollar Club awards at our dealer meeting,” said Crestliner President Eric Hendrickson. “These awards are a testament to both our dealers’ commitment to the Crestliner brand and to the company’s prominence in the aluminum fishing boat and pontoon markets.”

In addition to the Million Dollar Club awards, Crestliner handed out an Outstanding New Dealer Award and an all-new Advocacy Award. The Boat Place took home Outstanding New Dealer honors one year after becoming a Crestliner dealer, and 30 years into the boat-selling business. Hall’s Marine received the inaugural Award for Advocacy, which recognizes the dealer who makes Crestliner brand advocacy a priority. This includes maintaining a solid business partnership with Crestliner, participating in events and promotions, and offering valuable feedback.

“We were thrilled to hand out an award this year that recognized dealer loyalty, rather than strictly sales,” Hendrickson said. “Being true partners with our dealers is deeply important to our mission and to the success of the company.”

Crestliner’s product portfolio has expanded for model year 2018 to include four new models. The deep-V line-up has added the Bass Hawk bass-fishing boat and the utility-focused Outreach, and the mod-V line-up now includes the Retriever Forward Center Console, ideal for shallow waters, and the SC Heavy Duty, great for catfishing.

“This year’s new models represent the company’s forward momentum,” Hendrickson said. “I have no doubt these boats will be greatly successful, thanks in large part to our remarkable dealer network. We look forward to another year in partnership.”

2017 Million Dollar Club awardees:
Wilson Marine, Brighton, MI
Alufishingboats B.V., The Netherlands
River City Sports, Bismarck, ND
Pacific Marine Center, Madera, CA
Free Spirit Marine, Edmonton, AB
Hernesman Boat Group, Grand Rapids, Moorhead, Duluth and Bemidji, MN
Mountain Top Marine, Lexington, SC
LMC Marine Center, Houston, TX
Hall’s Marine, Muncy, PA
Central Georgia Marina, Inc., Macon, GA
Rapid Marine Group, Ham Lake, Shakopee, Sauk Rapids and Rogers, MN
Cedar Lake Sales, West Bend, WI
Ken’s Sports, Inc., Kaukauna, WI
White’s Marine Center, Pittsburg, MO

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About Crestliner
Located in Otsego, Minn., Crestliner boats and pontoons are crafted with an uncompromising mix of functional design, all-welded aluminum construction and a relentless commitment to excellence. Since 1946 Crestliner has been making boats forged with strength and defined by durability. As a world-wide leader, Crestliner continues to redefine the industry with boats built to last. A testament to our quality and craftsmanship, Crestliner has received the CSI Award of Excellence in Customer Satisfaction for Aluminum Outboard Boats for 10 consecutive years. Learn more about Crestliner and its line of boats by visiting crestliner.com.

Crestliner is a division of Brunswick Corporation, a leader in the recreational marine industry, brunswick.com

About Brunswick
Headquartered in Mettawa, Ill., Brunswick Corporation’s  leading consumer brands include Mercury and Mariner outboard engines; Mercury MerCruiser sterndrives and inboard engines; MotorGuide trolling motors; Attwood, Garelick and Whale marine parts and accessories; Land ‘N’ Sea, Kellogg Marine, Payne’s Marine and BLA parts and accessories distributors; Bayliner, Boston Whaler, Brunswick Commercial and Government Products, Crestliner, Cypress Cay, Harris, Lowe, Lund, Meridian, Princecraft, Quicksilver, Rayglass, Sea Ray, Thunder Jet and Uttern; Life Fitness, Hammer Strength, Cybex, Indoor Cycling Group  and SCIFIT fitness equipment; InMovement products and services for productive well-being; and Brunswick billiards tables, accessories and game room furniture. For more information, visit http://www.brunswick.com.

FOR MORE INFORMATION: Lori Kneeland
Lkneeland@Crestliner.com
(763) 241-2625


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Jay Mohr Rocks The Boat Again

Jay Mohr (right), as Officer Walsh in the new streaming movie “Party Boat”.

Get out your PlayStation, people: Jay Mohr is in a movie that debuts on the gaming platform tomorrow.

Mohr (Verona High School class of 1988), has the role of Officer Walsh in Party Boat, produced for Sony Pictures Television Networks’ streaming network, Crackle. The story line, as you might have guessed, is an alcohol-fueled floating celebration. (“Get ship faced”, the trailer urges.) What you might not have guessed is that Mohr, who has more than three decades of comedy to his credit, is cast in the “dad” role, the lake patrol officer, the guy whose job it is to make sure that this party does not get started.

And yet, he insists that he had a blast. “It was the most that I’ve ever had,” says Mohr of the filming, which took place on a lake in Georgia. “It was fun in italics, FUN capitalized. I got to act like an absolute fool.”

Act like a fool while acting on the new realities of Hollywood, he might have added. When Mohr got his first big movie role in Jerry Maguire in 1996, movies were shown on big screens in big theaters. Now they can be anywhere, from a game console to a cell phone. Streaming media networks like Crackle now account for almost half of industry sales, by some counts.

Mohr has been on both big screen and small screen over the course of his career, as an actor and voice-over presence. He’s also voiced characters in several video games. Mohr writes for his blog and he is also on the radio, hosting the nationally syndicated daily “Jay Mohr Sports”, on podcasts with “Mohr Stories”, and on Twitter, sharing all of this and commenting on just about everything. If you want to catch his poetry–yes, poetry–you’ll need to have the Periscope app on your phone. Pretty good for the guy who once played the tech-challenged sportscaster on Saturday Night Live‘s “Weekend Update”.

“Jack of all trades, master of stand-up comedy,” says Mohr, “but only because it is the math puzzle that will never be finished.”

Stand-up is still bedrock for Mohr, because he says it gives him the opportunity to constantly explore the stories of his life, like that near-zombie encounter when he was riding his bike through Overbrook, the Essex County asylum on Fairview Avenue that was recently reduced to rubble. “There’s always a different way to tell a story,” Mohr says. “It’s like Jenga. Take one piece out and it all comes down, or take one piece out and new possibilities open. [Stand-up] is the butterfly effect with words.”

Butterflies make an appearance in some of Mohr’s recent poetry, but the bigger effect of this writing is to channel the anger that has accompanied his recent divorce. “When I got divorced, I had an enormous amount of free time,” Mohr says. “I began writing. Angrily, sadly, cathartically and then, finally, beautifully.”

Mohr doesn’t attribute his poetry skills to anything he learned at VHS (“I think they gave me a diploma so I wouldn’t come back,” he says.) But he notes that he always used to write down the song lyrics he heard, and he has read the poems of e e cummings and Charles Bukowski. “I didn’t seek to write something dark,” he says of his own work, “but that is something that needs to come out.” There’s been a bit of critical reaction to Mohr’s latest literary effort: When he sent his poems to his father, he was told that his meter is off.

Being a father to his own son is top of mind for Mohr, even as he prepped for a string of new stand-up dates last week. “My son starts kindergarten tomorrow,” he said. “That is the Tet Offensive.”



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