MarineMax Ft. Myers At Deep Lagoon Expands Storage to Meet Demand

FORT MYERS, Fla., (March 27, 2015) – MarineMax Fort Myers at Deep Lagoon announced the
addition of 100 new dry rack boat storage units which are now available at their facility. This
completes phase one of planned expansion of the Fort Myers MarineMax at Deep Lagoon, just
90-days after completing the acquisition of the Fort Myers Boat Club and Marine Center.

“As boat sales in the Fort Myers area continue to increase, we recognize the growing demand for more
places to store these boats,” explained Ryan West, MarineMax Fort Myers’ General Manager.
“Significantly adding to our dry rack storage became a priority shortly after acquiring the property. I am
pleased to say that after only three short months, we are now able to offer 100 more spaces with room to
grow as demand requires.”

MarineMax, the world’s largest and most trusted recreational boat retailer has been a part of the Fort
Myers boating community for over 25-years. The 24-acre water-front facility is the only full-service, onwater
boating center in the Fort Myers. Along with dry rack storage, MarineMax Fort Myers manages 75
well-engineered floating wet slips that can accommodate boats up to 85-feet. The service yard includes a
75-ton marine travel lift that can accommodate boats more than 70-feet on land for service or storage.
“We are extreme pleased to be able to welcoming new boaters to our marina,” offered Kathy Carter,
MarineMax Fort Myers’ Marina Manager. “Like all of our marina customers, our concierge dry rack
storage clients experience service second to none. We are here to make your boating lifestyle more
convient and more enjoyable for you, your guests and everyone in your family.”

MarineMax Fort Myers encourages local boaters to drop in by land or by water for a tour of the complete
facility. To schedule your tour please call 239-481-8200 or visit http://www.marinemax.com/fortmyers at your
leisure.

“The expansion not only impacts the local boating community, the acquisition also created new jobs for
Fort Myers,” concluded West.

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