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Asa Electronics/Jensen picks new rep firm

Asa Electronics/Jensen of Elkhart, Ind., chose JB Dunn Co. to represent the Jensen line of marine electronics products in the southeastern United States.

“This gives us an ability to have a major presence and expand our company in an area of the country where boating is a way of life,” said Fred Sherrerd, Jensen Marine Industry manager, in a statement.

“We are thrilled to represent Jensen Marine brand electronics,” said Chris Byal, president and CEO of JB Dunn Co., in the statement. “We look forward to building upon their strong foundation in the marine industry.”

Headquartered in Bradenton, Fla., JB Dunn also has offices in Fort Pierce and Naples, Fla.; Lexington, S.C.; and Knoxville, Tenn.

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