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Blue Sea Systems names sales rep

Blue Sea Systems, a Bellingham, Wash.-based maker of marine electrical products, appointed William F. Miller & Associates to contribute to the development of the company's sales and customer service activities in the marine and other industry channels.

The agency will work with Blue Sea Systems’ current Clearwater, Fla.-based factory sales representatives.

"Blue Sea Systems’ partnership with William F. Miller & Associates will be a critical step to our growth strategy in the Southeast,” says David Johnson, senior vice president of Blue Sea Systems. “Their longstanding relationships and proven commitment to customer service is an ideal fit with the culture of Blue Sea Systems.”

William F. Miller president and owner Joe Miller will lead the Nashville, Tenn.-based representative group’s sales and customer support activities in the region.

"Our agency is delighted to be reunited with Blue Sea Systems, the category leader in electrical components,” Miller said. “We are confident the mutual synergies will develop many opportunities for both our companies."

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