High-performance powerboat marine industry veteran Greg Weber has taken the position of director of sales and dealer development for Mystic Powerboats in DeLand, Fla. Weber, who is based in Chicago, has been closely involved with model sales for Mystic since the company introduced its M4200 luxury center console during the 2015 Miami International Boat Show.
Greg Weber has been working with Mystic since the company introduced its M4200 center console (model here pictured in Cancun, Mexico) in 2015.
“I’ll be at the Mystic factory at least once a month, as well as traveling to different parts of the country to set up dealers,” said Weber, who with Cosker will display a new M4200, the first M3800 and a C4400—Chad Collier’s well-known Habitual catamaran—at the upcoming Miami International Boat Show next week. “We don’t have a dealer network set up yet, so in Miami I’ll be selling to retail customers.
“Our goal is, in very short order, to have dealers set up in key market areas around the country,” he added. “Domestic sales will run through those dealers. We probably will continue to keep all international sales coming from the factory.”
Weber said that response from potential dealers has been strong since speedothewater.com first reported Mystic’s dealer network plans.
Mystic will have M4200 and M3800 centers consoles, as well as a C4400 catamaran, at the upcoming Miami International Boat Show. M3800 and C4400 photos courtesy/copyright Pete Boden/Shoot 2 Thrill Pix.
“It’s been overwhelming, to say the least,” he said. “Since the story went live, John has received phone calls from potential dealers across the country. Right now, we’re in discussions with several strong potential dealers and as they come on board we’ll be making announcements accordingly.
“When everything is said and done, we’ll have six center consoles in our line-up,” he added.
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