MasterCraft Officially Welcomes The Boarding School to the Family
Nov 13, 2013
MasterCraft Boat Company officially welcomes The Boarding School, one of the country’s premiere wakeboard, wakesurf and waterski schools located in Orlando, FL, to its family. MasterCraft and The Boarding School’s owner / operator, Travis Moye, inked a multi-year deal in an effort to bring the unique MasterCraft experience to the school’s annual 400-plus students.
Started in 2003, The Boarding School (TBS) has become one of the most prestigious camps in the world. Located in Orlando Florida on 88 acres, TBS offers three private lakes that are incredibly protected from wind, providing the ultimate learning environment where Travis Moye and his staff guarantee personal bests are destroyed and smiles are cultivated. After only a decade, TBS continues to see growth year after year, setting new attendance records each season. “It's important to us for each person to walk away with the tricks they wanted to learn and more laughs than they have had in a long time.” Travis Moye Owner of The Boarding School.
“The first boat my family owned was a 1981 Stars and Stripes, so I have been a MasterCraft guy my entire life. For the two of us to be forming a partnership is really a dream come true,” says Moye regarding the new deal with MasterCraft. “It is a brand that I love and believe in. I have never worked with another company that has shown me more support and truly felt like family. I'm excited to be able to further integrate The Boarding School/MasterCraft experience, and bring it to a whole new level for each of our students.” And the enthusiasm is very mutual. “We are honored to partner up with Travis and The Boarding School,” says Terry McNew, MasterCraft president and CEO. “We have seen The Boarding School’s continued track record of exceptional success and so we could not be more pleased to make this investment into something this special. We are already working on some great ideas with Travis and we can’t wait to help ensure he continues to see growth in that business.”