Martin Flory Group adds Phoenix Trailers as client

The Martin Flory Group said it will help boat trailer manufacturer Phoenix Trailers with its North American public relations.
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The Martin Flory Group said it will help boat trailer manufacturer Phoenix Trailers with its North American public relations.

"With a solid line of attractive and durable trailers, we're proud to be representing Phoenix Trailers and promoting their activities throughout North America," Martin Flory Group president Laura Martin said in a statement. "They make a high-quality product and it's our goal to increase their business through a consistent and efficient PR program."

The public relations firm said Phoenix Trailers builds custom bunk boat trailers that feature full tube bunk uprights and premium components.

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