Schmitt & Ongaro hires PR firm

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Schmitt & Ongaro Marine hired Martin Flory Group to handle its North American and international public relations.

Both companies celebrate 50 years in the marine industry this year.

“We're excited to promote Schmitt & Ongaro's product lines throughout the world,” Martin Flory Group president Laura Martin said in a statement. “In 1962, both companies were founded on a dedication to customers and clients. Working together is a great way for us both to celebrate our 50-year anniversaries.”

Schmitt & Ongaro offers full lines of stainless-steel steering wheels, horns, wiper motors and blades, motor control arms and other custom accessories.

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