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Marine public-relations firm signs new client

Seeking to enhance its industry visibility, Quick USA hired the Martin Flory Group to handle its North American public relations.

Quick USA serves marine OEM and retail markets with products that include windlasses, bow thrusters, water heaters, battery chargers, remote controls, lights and accessories.

"We're honored to represent Quick USA," Martin Flory Group president Laura Martin said in a statement. "This company has a reputation for producing high-quality nautical equipment. They continue to evolve how they communicate with customers, such as with their new e-commerce website. In the same way, we strive to listen to our clients to provide them with the best possible PR services."

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