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Boomerang Marine and Sports holds grand reopening in Alexandria

New owners Mike and Dave Pearo have rebranded the business with a new logo and website, expanded showroom, new product lines and more.

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Boomerang Marine and Sports held a ribbon cutting ceremony on Friday, July 29 to celebrate its grand reopening and its new owners.
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ALEXANDRIA — Boomerang Marine and Sports held a ribbon cutting ceremony on Friday, July 29 to celebrate its grand reopening at 1110 N Nokomis St. NE in Alexandria under new ownership.

New owners Mike and Dave Pearo have rebranded the business with a new logo and website, expanded showroom, new product lines and more.

Boomerang Marine and Sports is a powersports and marine dealership serving the Alexandria area offering new and pre-owned ATVs and boats in the Polaris, Crestliner, and Godfrey Pontoons brands.

Ribbon Cuttings are a service offered by the Alexandria Lakes Area Chamber of Commerce. To learn more, email info@alexandriamn.org or call 320-763-3161.

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