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Marine agency announces new clients

Weekend Products and ThreeClix will now be represented by the Martin Flory Group.

Martin Flory Group will represent both companies throughout North America.

Weekend Products is based in Mundelein, Ill., and manufactures the Bev Barge, a rigid party island that floats. ThreeClix is based in Lake Forest, Ill. and provides affordable nurture marketing and service scheduling solutions directly to dealers.

"Both companies are bringing something new and exciting to the industry. We are grateful to be a part of that," said Laura Martin, president of Martin Flory Group, in a statement.

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