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Everybody’s gone surfin’…

As the Beach Boys predicted in 1963, everybody’s gone surfin’. But not at the beach – today’s surfers are mostly found playing behind boats. With affordable surf boats and high-end tow boats appealing to a wider range of buyers than ever, the watersports category has never been stronger. Brian Wilson and The Beach Boys must be feeling more than a ...

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Malibu Boats, Inc. announces 2Q Fiscal 2018 results

Malibu Boats, Inc. financial results for the second quarter of fiscal 2018 released today included net sales and unit volume increases within a strong U.S. market. Net sales increased 69 percent to $114.4 million compared to the second quarter of fiscal 2017. Unit volume increased 61 percent to 1,489 boats compared to the second quarter of fiscal 2017. Malibu’s net ...

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Boating Industry names Jack Springer Mover & Shaker of the Year

Malibu Boats, LLC CEO Jack Springer has been named the 2017 Boating Industry Mover & Shaker of the Year. Boating Industry Editor Tim Hennagir presented Springer with the award during the IBEX Industry Breakfast Tuesday morning in Tampa. “While other companies hesitated to launch a new brand during a recession, Malibu did so with Axis, its fourth-largest inboard boat brand, ...

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2017 Boating Industry Movers & Shakers

The 7th annual Movers & Shakers Awards recognizes the top leaders in the boating industry and innovators that are willing to challenge the status quo. They are the people who make the moves that shake up and better their companies and the entire industry. From product entrepreneurs to advocacy champions to leaders in addressing the workforce crisis, these 10 individuals ...

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Malibu’s next act

An exclusive interview with Malibu CEO Jack Springer about taking the company public, launching a new boat brand and the company’s next phase By Tom Kaiser Malibu Boats, the builder of the Malibu and Axis Wake inboard sport boats, recently went public and began trading on the NASDAQ at a price of $14 a share, giving the 30-plus-year-old Tennessee-based boat ...

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