Rollick partners with MRAA

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Rollick Inc., has partnered with the Marine Retailers Association of the Americas as an “Education Champion.” Companies with this designation have agreed to support and create educational programming that the MRAA provides for its members. The program is the MRAA’s second-highest level of partner membership.

“Rollick is proud to partner with the MRAA as an Education Champion — a partnership that helps us deliver two unique technology solutions that benefit the marine industry,” Jason Nierman, cofounder and senior vice president of business development for Rollick, said in a statement. “Through our partnership, Rollick will be introducing SalesDriver and ExperienceDriver at Dealer Week 2019, the marine industry’s first relationship marketing and customer experience platform for boat dealers.”

With its proprietary marketing and customer experience solutions for the marine industry, Rollick said it helps boat dealers and OEMs provide customers with a seamless buying experience.

Education Champions help the MRAA work with experts to create educational programs for marine retailers. MRAA members not attending Dealer Week can access the information at MRAATraining.com.

“We look forward to collaborating with Rollick and leveraging their unique capabilities to build effective and quality education content that benefits our entire industry,” Allison Gruhn, MRAA director of business development, said in the statement.  

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