BluSkies signs deal with Rentfro

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BluSkies International, of Bartlett, Ill., signed a national sales agreement with Rentfro Sales and Marketing, of Lewisville, Texas, to promote sales of BluSkies' products and services to the aftermarket boating industry.

"I have had personal prior experience with [company owner Greg] Rentfro's successes in the marine aftermarket," said Chris Brown, president of BluSkies, in a statement. "And I am certain the depth of Mr. Rentfro's industry network and years of personal knowledge will be a win-win for our mutual companies' growth strategy in this market.

Among the products Rentfro will help promote is the new "P3" (Palm Pump Priming) system, a patent pending primer bulb product for outboards that meets both 2010 and 2011 standards criteria,set by the Environmental Protection Agency and the California Air Resources Board for low permeation.

The P3can be seen for the first time at the Marine Aftermarket Accessory Trade Show, which opens today at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Fla.

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