Live Chat Provider BoatChat to Host Virtual Exhibit Booth at MRAA's Dealer Week 2020

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BoatChat, the only boat dealer specific live chat, text messaging and Facebook Messenger provider, continues its partnership with MRAA as an exhibitor at Dealer Week, December 8-11, 2020

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BoatChat is committed to helping marine dealers and OEMs connect with their online guests and exceeding their expectations of how shopping for a boat should be.

BoatChat, the only marine-specific chat, SMS text messaging, video chat, and Facebook Messenger provider, continues its partnership with the Marine Retailers Association of the Americas (MRAA).

BoatChat will be exhibiting at MRAA’s Dealer Week virtual convention for boat dealers December 8th through December 11th. While Dealer Week is being hosted online this year, it is still the primary venue for boat dealers to hear from industry leaders and learn about new products and services.

BoatChat will be showing off its newest marine omni-channel communication developments and dealer week special offers.

“BoatChat is committed to helping marine dealers and OEMs connect with their online guests and exceeding their expectations of how shopping for a boat should be,” says Shereef Moawad, BoatChat’s CEO. “We our proud to support MRAA and look forward to this relationship.”

BoatChat’s live chat software and live chat support system helps boat dealerships capitalize on the user-traffic that is already engaging with their websites by providing chat functionalities that allow users to gain instant responses to the questions they my have. Additionally, the program allows dealerships to determine if the user is a potential boat buyer or just someone interested in the product.

“At MRAA we strive to partner with organizations that offer products and services that will benefit our retail members,” says Matt Gruhn, MRAA President. “We’re impressed with how BoatChat helps our dealers deliver a higher level of customer service by engaging their customers whether the dealership is officially open or not. We think they offer dealers the opportunity to provide a great service, almost like an extension of the dealership’s staff.”

BoatChat joins a roster of boat manufacturers, vendors and suppliers that continue to support the dealer community through partnership with the MRAA.

About BoatChat (
BoatChat helps dealers sell more vessels by converting more of the visitors your website gets into qualified leads. Our well-trained staff, using our cutting edge live chat software and proactive chat process, creates a positive experience for users of your boat dealership website.
Our mission is to empower dealers with best in class live chat technology, and provide the professional staff you need to turn browsers into buyers. We strive to make our support service the very best and are constantly looking for new ways to give our dealers the advantage over the competition. We are dedicated to helping our clients get the highest return on investment from their websites.

About the Marine Retailers Association of the Americas
At the Marine Retailers Association of the Americas, we believe that for the marine industry to thrive, the retail organizations that interact with the boaters in their community must thrive. With that in mind, MRAA works to create a strong and healthy boating industry by uniting those retailers, providing them with opportunities for improvement and growth, and representing them with a powerful voice. For more information, visit

About Dealer Week (
MRAA's Dealer Week is the only conference focused on boat dealer success. This year, the conference is online-only due to Coronavirus. Dealer Week features exclusive webinars, peer learning sessions, and vendor exhibits and special offers.

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