Boat History Report celebrates 10th anniversary by rewarding boat dealers and brokers

ORLANDO – BoatHistoryReport.com is celebrating its 10th anniversary of operations this month. The company was formed to help its customers make informed pre-owned boat decisions by putting all available information at their fingertips. Reports include information such as whether the boat was damaged in a hurricane, involved in an accident, run aground, sunk or had a recall. This information helps buyers guard themselves against buying a boat with hidden damage that could negatively impact safety on the water.

"It's very gratifying to see what began as a need while buying a pre-owned boat, now celebrates its 10-year anniversary," said Founder Grant Brooks. "BoatHistoryReport.com has come a long way in the past 10 years thanks to our customers and friends in the marine industry."

In celebration of their anniversary, BoatHistoryReport.com is rewarding MDCE attendees with some giveaways. There will be a daily raffle for the first 200 dealers that stop by their booth each day. Prizes are all $100 or more and include Starbucks, Bass Pro and iTunes gift cards as part of a gift basket. They are also providing a conference prize of $250 based on a drawing of the pre-conference postcard mailer. Additionally, BoatHistoryReport.com is participating in the "Passport to Prizes" event, by donating a beautiful bottle of whiskey and special 10-year Anniversary shirts.

By offering volume based pricing, an integrated API and the ability to instantly run and publish reports on their entire pre-owned inventory, the company said the reports are more accessible than ever for dealers. They also include the ability for custom report branding that allows dealers to display their dealership's branding directly on the report. Additionally, dealers can run reports on all potential trade-ins, ensuring they are making wise investments. Dealers and brokers that sign up in the month of November will also receive 10 percent off their entire first year.

For more information please visit www.BoatHistoryReport.com or email info@BoatHistoryReport.com.

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