Fusion signs agreement with Kiwi boatbuilder

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Fusion Electronics USA, a Phoenix-based manufacturer of car and marine audio systems, signed an OEM agreement with Sealegs, an amphibious boat manufacturer based in New Zealand.

All 2009 Sealegs models will feature Fusion marine audio products, in addition to the product line being offered as an exclusive factory-installed option.

"Sealegs' customers will appreciate the attention to detail we've put into our product designs and they will love the performance as they are enjoying time on the water," said Todd Crocker, head of region for Fusion Electronics USA, in a statement.

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