Sea Tow chooses firm for financing program

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Sea Tow Services International named Sterling Associates as its new Sea Loans partner.

Sea Tow members will be able to work with Sterling when they seek financing for new- and used-boat purchases, refinancing and repowering. Sterling gives a Sea Tow membership to customers who finance through Sea Loans.

"We are very proud to welcome Tom Smith and his team of financing experts to the Sea Tow team," said Kristen Frohnhoefer, Sea Tow chief administrative officer, in a statement. "Having them at the helm of the Sea Loans program means that members can continue to receive meaningful membership benefits that go beyond getting help on the water."

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