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The Negron family toured the plant from Puerto Rico to see their new Canyon 306 while in production. From Left to right, Executive Vice President Mark Doggett, Orlando, President Kris Carroll, Ada and Pedro.
Mark Taylor and his daughter Cate toured the plant to see where the families Grady's were built. Mark previously owned a Gulfstream 232 and now owns a Coastal Explorer 191. They met President Kris Carroll while visiting.
Joe Kmeck toured the plant to see his new Gulfstream 232 while in production. This is Joe's first boat, he flew to Greenville, NC for his tour on his own private plane. Joe met Executive Vice PresidentMark Doggett while visiting. Welcome to the Grady Life Joe!
Link and Tracy Groom have toured the plant twice now. This time they came to see their new 300 Marlin in production. They also have owned a 282 Sailfish and a 268 Islander all purchased from Seel's Outboard in Charleston, SC
Ricardo & Maria de Bastos toured the plant from NJ. They own a Freedom 307 purchased from Comstock Boat Works in Brick, NJ.
Paul Bennett from Freehold, NJ, his friend Gene Navarre, and brother in-law Dan Nagle, came to tour the plant to see Paul's Freedom 275 in production. They met President Kris Carroll while visiting.
John and Pat Diblasi toured the plant to see their new Fisherman 236 in production. This is their 5th Grady! The Diblasi’s plan to enjoy their new boat with the grandkids.
Paul & Joyce Sabatini toured the plant to see where there Freedom 235 was made. They are a retired couple launching their boat in May! They have two grand-daughters, and are looking forward to boating with them.
Glen and Marion Patten just bought their 1st Grady-White! They primarily fish but love to cruise. They own the 228 Seafarer and do there boating in Lake Erie.
Mark & Christy Roberts toured the plant from Maryland. They currently own a 2007 257 Advance, and have a Canyon 336 on order!
Maurice Hudon toured the plant all the way from Ontario Canada to see his Freedom 307 in production.
Don & Tonya Hartwell, their kids (Spencer, Logan, & Ayden) and Don's sister Vickie were visiting the NC Coast from Ohio and wanted to stop by to see where their 228 Seafarer was built.