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Mitch Sweitzer and his soon-to-be bride, Amy, came to see where his Seafarer 226 is from. They got engaged on it! Grady-White is happy they brought Mitch's new family, Ned & Brenda along. All of us at Grady-White wish the happy family congratulations.
New Grady-White owner's Ron & Jen Guilmette came to the plant from Hope Valley, RI. Their children Elvie, Meghan and Nick can't wait to get on their new Tournament 205. Grady-White is happy to have the Guilmette family join ours!
Larry Tyler dropped in from Atlanta to see some friends at the plant and new boats. Larry does his boating on his Freedom 225 in St. Lucia.
Steve & Pam Holloman of Greenville, NC came by to be shown the features of the new 251 CE by Eddie Rowe .
George & Charlotte Nebeling with Joe Hunter stopped by to see where their Chesapeake came from. A great stop on their vacation.
Drew and Tammy Townsend took a tour with their 2 sets of twins! Drew, Lincoln, Landon, Clayton. Colton and Tammy are from Naples, Fla.
Melissa and Brian from West Palm Beach visited Grady-White. They own a Marlin, "Rock Star", and wanted to see where the show began!
Ben & Karen Reynolds came to see their Canyon 376 in production. It's their second visit to the factory and they met VP of Engineering David Neese, President Kris Carroll and VP of Sales Joey Weller. It will be their 5th Grady-White!
Bill & Carla Williard and their son Garrett, from Virginia Beach, recently took delivery of their Fisherman 209. Their 3rd Grady! They wanted to see where there boats were made. They met President Kris Carroll, VP of Sales Joey Weller and VP of Marketing Shelley Tubaugh.
George Wallace and friend Beverly, from Middletown, MD to see where George’s Sportsman 180 was from and express interest in the Fisherman 180/209.
Doug Gomes, Sr. Advisor, with Cheryl & Chuck Seaman on site to see their Freedom 255 while in production. They'll put her in along the Atlantic Coast of DE, MD and DE Bay.
Mike and Pat Schmidt vacationing from Sanibel, Fl. to see where there Freedom 275 was made.