BoaterSupply.com to sell marine electronics online

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BoaterSupply.com announced it is entering the global online world of marine electronics.

"We plan to carry the largest selection of fishfinders, chart plotters, GPS systems, boating supplies and marine electronics online, while providing our customers with top-of-the-line customer service that most online retailers seem to lack," Devin Gilliland of BoaterSupply.com said in a statement.

Gilliland has created other online retail stores, such as Greenmark Irrigation based out of Maitland, Fla., an online irrigation supply store carrying sprinklers and irrigation products.

BoaterSupply is affiliated with Acom, an Orlando, Fla.-based Web design and search engine optimization company.

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