Brunswick Boat

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Brunswick Boat Reviews

12 Reviews
3.6
12 Reviews
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Andrew E. (Andy) Graves
6 Ratings
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    Solid workplace but on downward slide

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    Former Employee - Lead Network Technician  in  Vonore, TN
    Former Employee - Lead Network Technician in Vonore, TN

    I worked at Brunswick Boat full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    People, conditions, office, culture. benefits are all very solid. I enjoyed my time here and was compensated well when i was let go. Unfortunately the closure of another plant forced me out.

    Cons

    layoffs and closures are putting people out of jobs. Lets face it buying boats is a luxury item and people just are not doing it as much anymore.

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Website www.brunswick.com/brands/marine-boats/index.php
Headquarters Knoxville, TN
Size Unknown
Founded Unknown
Type Subsidiary or Business Segment
Industry Manufacturing
Revenue Unknown / Non-Applicable per year

Brunswick Boat Group helps to keep things afloat as the world's largest builder of pleasure boats (by sales). The company -- a division of billiards, bowling, and boating concern Brunswick Corporation -- oversees the manufacture and marketing of more than a dozen brands of pleasure boats that range from watercraft for bass fishing to luxury yachts. Brands include Cabo (sport fishing), Bayliner (cruisers and runabouts), Boston Whaler (offshore fishing), Lund (freshwater fishing and utility) Meridian and Sea Ray yachts, and Hatteras (yachts and sport fishing boats), to name... More

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