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Your Marina is Losing Business and This is Why     Date added: 06/05/2015
  It’s a beautiful day, so you decide to head down to the local marina to walk the docks, take your boat out and soak up some vitamin D. You are walking down one of the docks and you start to pay attention to the water. You see a small pack of silver fish feeding near the surface of the water, a vibrant pink starfish scaling the ocean floor, an orange crab that is scurrying over barnacle covered rocks and then all of sudden you see something that flips your mood from delight to disgust. You see floating trash, shiny oil on top of the water and organic floating debris (i.e. logs, seaweed, plants and etc.). Your stomach starts to turn and you start to think to yourself, “Is this a marina that I want to spend my day on? Let alone moor my boat at?”

Floating trash = a marina business killer. It’s no secret and a lot of your customers know this. Boaters do not pay lots of money each year to have trash, oil and floating debris surrounding and rubbing against their boats. Drops of oil can spread over acres of water, having adverse effects on boats, wildlife and the overall look and feel of a marina. Organic debris can overwhelm a marina and will eventually sink, resulting in expensive dredging operations.

Marina Accessories is aware that harbors often hire people to go around and collect the floating trash, organic debris and suck up the oil. The problem with this is that they can’t have someone doing this 24/7. It’s hard to predict when potential customers will be visiting your marina which means that they could come by outside of the work hours. They will be scoping potential slips and then all of a sudden they will notice that there is floating trash, organic debris and oil. Once they see that the marina is not being properly taken care of, the potential customer takes their business elsewhere.

Marina Accessories is going to let you in on a little secret that will revolutionize your marina, drive sales and fulfill your customer’s needs. You need to simply invest in a Marina Trash Skimmer. This will cut down on your employee labor costs, keep your customers happy and convert your marina from ugly to beautiful in no time. You can think of a Marina Trash Skimmer as your hardest working, most trustworthy and consistent employee because they work 24/7. Can your employees clean over 300 gallons of water per minute? I didn’t think so.

Marina Accessories carries arguably the best Marina Trash Skimmers in the industry. Act now and turn those potential customers into marina ambassadors who are constantly promoting and speaking highly of you marina. This isn’t simply just a marina cleaner, it’s a marina saver.

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