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Bill and Rick DuPont, Reed, Kris, Steve, David and Joey - Billy and Rick DuPont are current Grady owners of a Canyon 306, they visited the plant interested in a Canyon 376. They met with President Kris Carrol and VP of Sales Joey Weller while touring.
Bryan and Cathee Kornegay, Nick & Sharon Chapper & Hunter Turner - Bryan Kornegay is a current owner of two Grady's, the Adventure 208 and Marlin 280. The Kornegay's do their boating along the Tar River in Washington, NC.
Larry Whitfield and friends Joe and Anthony Foresto along with VP of Finance Jill Carraway. Larry is a current owner of a Freedom 225 and is interested in a Freedom 275.
John and Dupree Young currently own a Fisherman 180 and like to do their boating at Lake Murray in Charleston, SC. They are interested in the Fisherman 209.
Lisa, Stephen, Kenneth, Gail, Amanda, Samantha, Andrew, and Natalie Garner visit with President Kris Carroll and Senior Advisor Doug Gomes. The Garner family own's an Express 330 and likes to boat in the Chesapeake Bay.
John and Carole Peacock with VP of Manufacturing, Mark Doggett and President Kris Carroll. The Peacocks own a Freedom 225 and like to boat in the Chesapeake Bay.
Gregory Vaughn with his wife Maura, his sons William and Cole, and President Kris Carroll. The Vaughn family owns a 2002 Fisherman 222 and likes to boat in Barnegat Bay, NJ.
Barry and Carol Moore have a Freedom 285 in production and also own a Freedom 255 that they like to use in Hilton Head, SC.
Mark (middle right) and Carl Bertelsen (middle left) visited the G-W plant to see the Express 330. Mark currently owns a Sportsman 180 and likes to boat in the Chesapeake Bay.
Pete McClung came to tour the G-W plant to see his Seafarer 228 in production along with son-in-law, Bryan Harris (middle) from Park Boat Co. and Tom Harris (right).
Bob and Reva Brown own a Chesapeake 232 and like to boat in the Beaufort area of NC.
Bruce and Arena Webb and James Couturier - While visiting his grandparents in NC, James was excited to tour the plant where his parents' Grady White boat was made.