Grady-White Boat Dealer Expands Advertising Program at Southwest Florida …

(PRLEAP.COM) FORT MYERS, FL (Sept.25, 2014) Fish Tale Sales Service is proud to announce the addition of a second boat on display at Southwest Florida International Airport (RSW). The Robalo 226 Cayman Bay Boat is now on display in addition to the Grady-White 251 Coastal Explorer Bay Boat. These two new offerings for both manufacturers are already proving to be wildly popular among Southwest Florida boaters.

Sue Phelan, manager of business development services for the Lee County Port Authority, had this to say, “The boat displays have become an eye-catching attraction at the airport. They grab everyone’s attention and it’s exciting to watch people interact and gather around as they use them as a back drop for their photos.”

The Grady-White is on display in the Ticketing Lobby on the upper level near Door #2 and the Robalo is located near Baggage Claim 3 on the lower level. They will be on display for several months.

Fish Tale Sales Service is a premium boat dealership located on Fort Myers Beach, Fla., and serves Fort Myers and surrounding areas. Fish Tale represents Grady-White Boats, Chaparral Boats, Robalo Boats and Yamaha Outboards.

Grady-White Boats are designed and built in America by master craftsman. Headquartered in Greenville, N.C., Grady-White manufactures outboard-powered fishing and pleasure boats from 18 to 37 feet long.

Robalo Boats are also designed and built in the United States. Located in Nashville, Georgia, Robalo Boats employs nearly 500 people and was founded in 1968. They offer models from 18 to 30 feet in various categories of pleasure cruising and saltwater fiberglass fishing boats.

For more information about the boats on display, contact Ray Jahn, general manager for Fish Tale Sales Service 7225 Estero Blvd., Ft. Myers Beach, FL 33931, 239-463-4448,, or visit their website at

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