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Joan and Owen Maxwell set out to reinvent the center console experience and begin designing the first-ever Regulator in an old A&P Grocery Store in Edenton, NC.
Joan and Owen Maxwell, along with their growing team, relocate the factory to Regulator’s current location at 187 Peanut Drive.
The first-ever iconic Regulator 26 launches and is named the best up-and-coming center console by Sport Fishing Magazine.
Regulator’s line of center consoles grows to include the 21, 23, and 32.
Regulator receives the company’s first Customer Service Index Award, launching a tradition of recognition for the highest level of customer service
The Regulator 26 “Queen Bee” is discovered off the coast of Spain after an unmanned three-and-a-half year 3,000-plus-mile journey across the Atlantic – with little more than slightly-bruised T-Top frame and every part still intact.
Regulator enters the big boat center console game with the launch of the Regulator 41 bringing the offshore experience to a new level.
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