NAMJet hires public-relations firm

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NAMJet, an Arkansas-based marine jet drive manufacturer, retained Bonefish Communications to provide strategic communications counsel.

Working in partnership with Mainsail Marketing, Bonefish will manage NAMJet's web presence, marketing and advertising strategy, and media relations outreach.

"We're looking forward to great success with Bonefish and Mainsail at the helm of our communications efforts," NAMJet general manager Jim Ducker said in a statement. "The companies' extensive experience in the marine industry, coupled with solid reputations among their peers, makes them the perfect choice."

Home to the Traktor Jet family of marine jet propulsion systems, NAMJet makes high-thrust impeller jets suited to workboat, commercial and military applications and designed to move heavy loads at significant speed.

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