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Rigid Industries names sales rep

Rigid Industries, a designer and manufacturer of LED lighting products, announced that ComMar Sales was appointed to represent its products throughout the Northeast and South.

ComMar will represent Rigid Industries in Maine, Vermont, Delaware, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Texas, Louisiana, Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Kentucky, Georgia, Florida, Alabama and Mississippi.

“ComMar Sales is an established firm with years of history, serving its OEM and distribution partners in the marine marketplace. We are confident that working together with ComMar's knowledgeable sales team we will be able to continue our unprecedented sales growth and expand our sales through the region and marine community,” Rigid Industries vice president of sales and marketing Taylor Anderson said in a statement.

ComMar Sales will sell and support Rigid Industries’ standard and custom “M-Series” LED lighting products to OEMs and distributors in a range of marine markets.

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