West Marine celebrated grand opening of new store

Published online: Oct 07, 2008 News West Marine
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This West Marine is conveniently located at 203 North Harbor Boulevard right by the Port of Los Angeles Waterfront Red Car Line (across from the Cruise Ship terminal). After nearly doubling in size, this store offers a vast selection of quality boating gear and accessories including an expanded selection of electronics, fishing and watersports equipment. Store Manager Bruce Nelson has a lifetime of boating experience and is a Race Chair at King Harbor Yacht Club.
"After a lifetime of sailing and being such an enthusiast for the community of San Pedro, it is my pleasure to provide an even wider selection of electronics, gear, gadgets and accessories for boaters in Los Angeles County," said Nelson. "Our team of West Marine associates has more than 150 years of combined boating experience, and is active and knowledgeable, and also committed to providing an unmatched level of service to San Pedro area boaters."

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