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Glomex hires Martin Flory Group

Glomex, a manufacturer of marine and RV antennas, has hired Martin Flory Group to promote the company’s products and communicate corporate news.

Glomax makes VHF, AIS, FM, Wi-Fi and TV antennas. The company won a DAME Award for its weBBoat 4G plus internet antenna and it backs all its products with limited lifetime warrantees.

“For 30 years, pleasure boaters and professional mariners worldwide have relied on Glomex antennas,” said Marin Flory Group general manager Kelly Flory in a statement. “We’re pleased to be working with them and looking forward to helping them grow their business.”

Martin Flory Group has represented clients in the RV, marine and general outdoor industries since 1962. 

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