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Andy Larson
General Manager/Owner

Started at Midwest MasterCraft in 1994 and purchased the company in 2002, Andy moved Midwest MasterCraft to its present 25,000 sq. ft. location in Crystal, MN in 2005. Andy can be found most (if not all) days in his office going over company documents or checking his iRacing.com statistics online. Keep a watchful eye if you are on Lake Minnewasta, Andy has been spotted skiing and tubing with his kids.

Andy Larson Wake Surf
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Corey King
Sales Manager
Years at MWMC 7
Wakeboard: Byerly Monarch
Current Wake Surf: Phase Five Colt
Current Ski: Whatevers on the demo rack!!!


Corey King Tail Grab
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Eric Sakowski
Pro Shop Manager
Years at MWMC 3
Years Riding 10, 2005 WWA Mens 1 National Champion
Set-Up Byerly Monarch with Byerly Boots or a Hydroslide Pro from 1983.





Eric Sakowski Melon Crow
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Mark Larson
Service Manager

Years at MWMC: 11

Bio: I love working at Midwest and serving our customers. I believe that our customers are the best boat customers around! When I am not here at the shop, I enjoy spending time with my wife and 2 kids. We also have 2 yellow labs that keep us running. I enjoy sky skiing, slalom skiing and driving the boat! You may see me on Bryant Lake in Eden Prairie early in the mornings getting a ski run in before work, or if you are in the Alexandria area, you may see me there getting away at our family cabin. Next time you are in the shop, please stop into the service office and say hi!











Mark Larson
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Mark Mattila

Mark started at Midwest shortly after the last ice age (actually 1985). Since he has been in the industry since the invention of the internal combustion engine and fiberglass, Mark holds a great wealth of knowledge. If something has ever broken or needed service on an inboard ski boat, Mark has done it. Mark not only knows every Master Craft, Indmar, and PCM part number by heart but can also dazzle one with his infinite wisdom covering all things related to Taco Bell. Mark is regarded as one of the top inboard boat technicians in the country and also answers to the name Carburetor Cowboy.

Mark and his wife Carrie have a whole mess of kids. The most recent tally of offspring was 4. Next time you see Mark, ask him how many kids he has because it will probably be more by then!




Mark Mattila
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Paul Imus

He might look like a mild mannered guy but Paul is really a rocker at heart. He had more fun with the hair bands in the 80's and 90's than his follicles could handle. When not maintaining some of the best boats in the world you can find Paul driving a Zamboni at the Plymouth Ice Arena. If you are looking for information about vintage snowmobiles, dirt bikes, or three wheelers, Paul is your man. He knows more about a 1983 ATC 110 than anyone!

Paul Imus
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Matt Keuseman
Service Tech. Gel and Mechanical
Years at MWMC: 5
Years Riding: 11 (Not in a row!)
Current Board: Double Up Summit
Current Waterski: HO Charger
Bio: I love anything on the water, boarding, skiing, surfing, hanging with friends in my boat or rippin' around on my stand-up jet ski. I have a passion for fixing and making things, I enjoy working on basically anything that has a motor. Other hobbies include BBQ's, chillin' with friends, bowling with Doodles, shootin' pool, truck pulls, and pretty much anything else. I am also Firefighter for the city of Chanhassen, yes we really to rescue cats from trees and storm sewers. Fighting fires is really what its about. (not to mention most chicks dig firemen, so that's always a plus) (Note: If you live in the Chanhassen area do your best to not need a fireman when there is glass on Lake Minnewashta because you are going to be out of luck. Matt is a volunteer fireman and for some reason he does not get the call when the lake is butter!)





Matt Keuseman
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