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Powermania adds Midwest sales rep

Powermania selected S.M. Osgood as a sales rep group to cover its Midwest customers.

The firm will cover Arkansas, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Dakota and Wisconsin for the onboard battery charger manufacturer, the company announced.

"We are excited to represent Powermania and their line of marine battery chargers," S.M. Osgood’s Tim Luehmann said in a statement. "These compact chargers are full-featured, meeting the needs of the customer while being the lowest price on the market. We wanted to represent Powermania because they are the prime manufacturer of marine chargers."

Since 1960, S.M. Osgood Co.’s mobile display trailer enables reps to bring ideas and innovations directly to a customer's location. S.M. Osgood also provides seminars, and product and policy training.

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