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Ankona Boats - New Rep in Texas

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Well after a long time,  Ankona is pleased to announce our new Texas rep,  Kyle Alston with Tarpon Shores Marina in Aransas Pass, Tx.

He has a ShadowCast on hand for demos and we will work on bringing out other models as time goes on.  Our goal is to first make sure we have everything in place to so our Texas customers are taken care of, with a 'local' contact.  Kyle is an experienced businessman with great plans for the 10 acre marina's future expansion.  His lifelong experience in the area has given me some great input on producing our skiffs refined for the Texas cost.



Contact info would be:

[email protected]

and/or

[email protected]

As always, thanks to our customers who make this possible.

Mel
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Mel, although I have lived in Jacksonville most of my adult life, I grew up in Aransas Pass and Port Aransas (only 7 miles apart). We usually make a trip out there once a year to visit family. If you want, I'm open to discuss pulling a boat out there for you from time to time.
 

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Yup, small world on both fronts...Copperhead, you growing up in my back yard, and me...growing up in yours, Mr. Hand. Back in the day (many years ago) when I lived in Port A. there was no high school, so we had a choice...ride the school bus down Padre Island over to Flour Bluff (roughly 20 miles or so), or cross the ferry and ride seven miles into Aransas Pass. Well, as fate would have it, I was in the APHS class of 1968, alias...Ken Bales. Looking forward to meeting both of you gents. Copperhead, I'll set something up with you, as I want to come down and check out your boats anyway!
 
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