In recent months, there has been a lot of speculation and excitement around the purchase of Palm Beach pontoon boats. Many have been wondering who the new owner is and what changes we can expect to see in the coming months.
Well, we finally have an answer. It has been announced that Bennington Marine has acquired Palm Beach pontoon boats, and the two companies will be joining forces to create one of the largest and most innovative pontoon boat manufacturers in the world.
For those unfamiliar with Bennington, they are a well-respected and successful pontoon boat manufacturer based in Indiana. Their boats have won numerous awards and accolades for their high quality and innovative features.
Now, with the acquisition of Palm Beach, Bennington is poised to expand their reach and take their product offerings to the next level. With the addition of Palm Beach, they now have access to an entirely new line of boats that offer a unique blend of luxury and performance.
According to Paul Gasbarre, the CEO of Bennington Marine, the acquisition is a strategic move that will benefit both companies. “We are thrilled to welcome Palm Beach into the Bennington family,” he said. “Palm Beach’s focus on premium materials, performance, and design is a perfect complement to Bennington’s commitment to innovation and customer satisfaction.”
Gasbarre also emphasized that the acquisition will allow Bennington to expand their product offerings and provide customers with even more options to customize their boats to their specific needs and preferences.
As for Palm Beach, the acquisition by Bennington will provide them with the resources and support they need to continue to grow and evolve their product line. They will now have access to Bennington’s state-of-the-art facilities and industry-leading technology, which will enable them to take their boats to new heights.
So what can we expect from the new partnership between Bennington and Palm Beach? It’s safe to say that we can expect some exciting changes and innovations in the coming months and years. With two of the most respected names in the industry joining forces, there’s no doubt that the future of pontoon boating looks brighter than ever before.