ComMar Supports Cajun Navy

The company donated law enforcement-grade waterproof jackets to volunteers responding to hurricanes Laura and Sally.
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Doug Sanders of ComMar Sales (second from right) with members of the Cajun Navy.

Doug Sanders of ComMar Sales (second from right) with members of the Cajun Navy.

Rhode Island-based ComMar Sales donated First Watch H2O Tac waterproof jackets to the Louisiana Cajun Navy to support the volunteer organization’s relief efforts following hurricanes Laura and Sally.

The professional-grade jackets are designed for use by the law enforcement community, ComMar said in a statement.

The Cajun Navy was formed after Hurricane Katrina by boaters who helped rescue stranded victims.

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