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Keith Purvis toured the plant on 12/12/13 with his son, Griffin, and daughter, Ebby, to see their 275 Freedom in production.
Charles Ayers, Gert & John Larsen - Visiting from Canada, the Larsens came in on their way to Florida. They currently boat in a Freedom 205.
Pictured with President, Kris Carroll, the Anderson Family joined us for a tour of the plant. John Anderson currently owns a Journey 258, and this was his second tour of the year.
Congressman Hayes stopped by the factory to check out his new Fisherman 230 before it was delivered. Here is a picture of Congressman Hayes and Grady-White Boats owner, Mr. Eddie Smith.
Ralph Almkuist (in red) and his father, Darwood; both Grady-White owners(225/205), stopped by for a visit and met with Kris Carroll (our President) along with David Neese (VP of Engineering). Father and son really enjoyed their tour.
Bobby & Dorothy Da Le Hinkle have a boat in production and came over to check it out. Fort Myers Beach is where Dorothy and Bobby currently do their boating.
Mark Doggett, Kris Carroll, Bea and Norm Weiland, and David Neese - We had Norm & Bea visit the plant recently, and they met our VP of Manufacturing, President, Kris Carroll, and also our VP of Engineering. They wanted to see how things were done as they own their first Grady-White!
Mary & Larry Nordhauser with Kris Carroll - The Nordhausers were in to check out an Adventure 208. They currently enjoy boating in a Gulfstream 232.
John McCue, Kris Carroll, Mary Woods - John and his wife, Mary, toured the plant this past week to check out several different Grady models and meet our President. They currently own a 25’ Sailfish.
Connie and Fred Taylor - Hailing from Raleigh, the Taylors joined Grady-White for a tour and currently own a Fisherman 230.
Grady-White boat owner, Kim Hogan (left), was visiting from CT recently with friend, Elizabeth Wagner (right). They stopped by to see a Gulfstream 232 and met VP of Manufacturing, Mark Doggett (center).
Robert Robbins posed for a photo at the end of his Grady-White tour. He visited in order to find out more about some of our products.