Martin Flory Group adds Action Craft Boats as client

Action Craft Boats hired the Martin Flory Group to run its public relations campaign.
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Action Craft Boats hired the Martin Flory Group to run its public relations campaign.

The PR firm represents the boatbuilder and promotes its boats to a broad range of North American media outlets.

Action Craft builds flats, bay and offshore models. It recently introduced new models to its line and has expanded its production facility to a second location.

"We're pleased to be working with Action Craft Boats, known for its Qui-Dry hulls and exceptional build quality," Martin Flory Group president Laura Martin said in a statement. "The brand has instant name recognition among serious anglers."

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