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Supplier signs deal with American Boatbuilders Association

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Marine lighting and electrical supplier DRSA, of Riviera Beach, Fla., said it was again selected by the American Boatbuilders Association as a preferred ABA supplier of choice for marine interior lighting and Vimar electrical devices.

The agreement extends the partnership between DRSA and the ABA through June 30, 2015. The association is composed of 12 independent U.S. boatbuilders.

“DRSA’s quality and selection of products, customized solutions, commitment to cost savings and excellence in customer service are critical components to our members,” American Boatbuilders Association president Jay Patton said in a statement.

“We are honored ABA members have once again selected DRSA as a supplier of choice,” DRSA president Cathy D. Smith said. “We look forward to our continued partnership by supplying them with the highest-quality products and innovative programs to assure success in meeting each ABA member’s business goals."

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