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Rushton Gregory adds GOST as a client

Rushton Gregory Communications, a marketing communications agency specializing in the marine, outdoor, automotive and consumer electronics markets, said it added Global Ocean Securities Technologies to its client roster.

Based in Fort Lauderdale, GOST offers a full line of state-of-the-art wireless security, monitoring, satellite tracking, surveillance, acoustic deterrents and cloaking systems for any size vessel.

Under the terms of the partnership, Rushton Gregory will drive GOST’s public relations efforts, including announcing new offerings and partnerships and organizing press opportunities.

“The clear leader in security, monitoring, tracking and surveillance systems for the marine market, GOST solutions provide unparalleled peace of mind for boaters,” Rushton Gregory principal and co-founder Andrew Golden said in a statement.

“Their unique product portfolio is also the perfect complement to our existing marine client list; their systems are proven and effective, embody truly innovative design and, frankly, represent some of the coolest technologies in their category. We are very pleased that they have selected Rushton Gregory to support their media awareness efforts.”

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