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American Boatbuilders Association signs deal with ASA Electronics

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ASA Electronics was selected by the American Boatbuilders Association as a supplier of choice in its audio and video categories.

The electronics maker has entered into a three year agreement in which it will supply the trade group with its marine-specific products. The association is composed of 12 independent U.S. builders.

ASA Electronics’ unique core competencies and their ability to deliver the level of products expected by our members was a key point in their selection as a supplier of choice,” ABA president Jay Patton said.

“We are honored the ABA members chose ASA as a supplier of choice,” ASA marine industry manager Fred Sherrerd said. “We look forward to providing them with the innovation, products and support that boatbuilders of their caliber expect.”

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