NMMA adds 23 new members

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The National Marine Manufacturers Association said Monday that it added 12 accessory and component manufacturers and 11 service providers to its membership between May 2 and July 25.

In the Marine Accessories and Components Division, seven companies from the United States and five from Canada joined, the NMMA said. Beacon Watch, of Huntington, N.Y., makes a personal man overboard warning device; Ewide Networks Inc. has Rheos floating sunglasses.

Eleven associate service provider members joined, including Boat Finance of West Palm Beach, Fla.; Boating Communications of the United Kingdom; and Value Data Canada Inc. of Collingwood, Ontario.

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