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Atlantic Marketing to represent Sea-Dog Line

Atlantic Marketing Company in Stonington, Conn., will be representing Sea-Dog Line, a leading manufacturer and importer of marine equipment and accessories.

Based out of Everett, Wash., Sea-Dog started in the early 1930s by Hans Bronson Sneve, who showcased his wares on the M.V. Sea-Dog, also known as the "Boat-Show-Boat", one of a twin pair of 55-foot cruisers built by Stephens Bros. of Stockton, Calif.

Sea-Dog has won more than 12 National Marine Distributors Association awards during the last 10 years from product manufacturing to customer service, according to the company.

"We are excited to have Atlantic Marketing represent the Sea-Dog line in the Northeast," Sea-Dog president Brad Nysether said. "With over 5,500 items in our assortment, it takes top-notch representation to make sure our customers have the right products for their business model or application."

"We are pleased to be able to offer our dealer customers the opportunity to add quality Sea-Dog products to their assortments in time for the 2010 boating season," Atlantic Marketing president Brandon Flack said.

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