BluSkies International signs sales reps

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BluSkies International, a marine fuel system technology company, signed agreements with multiple marine sales agencies to maximize support for its growing portfolio of EPA- and CARB-compliant fuel system products.

The representatives under contract are JB Dunn Co.; Commar Sales; Midwest Outdoor Marketing; and Silverlake West.

"[This year] will be pivotal, as several regulatory deadlines are imposed on original equipment boatbuilders throughout 2011," said Gary Stidham, director of business development, in a statement.

"An experienced team of marine tech-savvy agents will be critical in providing real-time support as boatbuilders implement major changes to their fuel systems," he added. "I feel that team has been assembled with the signing of these sales agencies."

BluSkies manufactures several proprietary EPA- and CARB-compliant marine fuel system components and provides integration services to the original equipment sector and offers a complete line of fuel-system components for the marine aftermarket.

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