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Marine Resource 2016

Exceptional sales performance for Integrity NSW

by Creating Demand on 5 Mar 2013
Adam Workman from Performance Boating handing over a new Integrity Motor Yachts 330 Sedan to Cheryl and Mike Pilkington Creating Demand
Performance Boating, Integrity Motor Yachts New South Wales Dealer, has achieved outstanding sales results for the brand since starting in August 2012. Ron Jacobs, Lee Condell and Adam Workman from Performance Boating, have just delivered their third boat in just over 7 months, with a fourth sale for a 330 Sedan soon to be announced, contributing over $1 million in retail sales.

Performance Boating has now delivered a 350 Flybridge, 380 Sedan and 330 Sedan from the Integrity Motor Yachts range, with the stylish design, entertaining appeal and exceptional pricing of the Sedan range hitting a chord with boaties in NSW.

'We have a long and proud reputation for representing some of the worlds best yacht brands and we’re now excited to be delivering our clients a great powerboat boat range too,' said Performance Boatings Lee Condell. 'The Integrity Motor Yachts range offers great value for money whilst delivering on exceptional fuel economy, easy operation, a spacious layout and hassle free boating,' commented Lee.



'We always knew our boats were ideally suited to the waterways of Sydney Harbour and the Pittwater, and this is now confirmed with the outstanding sales results achieved by our NSW Dealer', said Integrity Motor Yachts Managing Director Brett Flanagan. 'Having trusted and well known Dealers such as Performance Boating in key locations like the Pittwater, will help us to continue to grow the brand, particularly with some exciting new models to be released this year.

If you’d like to arrange a private inspection of the new 330 or 380 Sedan, call the team at Performance Boating on Tel: (02) 9979 9755 or for more information visit www.integrityboats.com.au

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