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Martin Flory Group adds TideSlide as client

TideSlide by PSI Marine signed public relations firm Martin Flory Group.

TideSlide by PSI Marine signed public relations firm Martin Flory Group to handle the company’s North American public relations efforts.

"We're excited to be working with TideSlide, a company dedicated to producing first-rate mooring systems and the marine industry as a whole," Martin Flory Group president Laura Martin said in a statement. "This unique system helps makes owners' lives easier and boating even more fun."

TideSlide eliminates slack lines and guessing how long the lines need to be for any given tide. This enables it to safely hold a boat while providing the free vertical movement over wakes, winds and tides.



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