SeaDek Marine Products joins MRAA

SeaDek Marine Products, a manufacturer of non-skid boat decking, joined the Marine Retailers Association of the Americas as a partner member.
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SeaDek Marine Products, a manufacturer of non-skid boat decking, joined the Marine Retailers Association of the Americas as a partner member.

“Having a respected marine manufacturer like SeaDek onboard as MRAA’s newest member signifies the value of benefits enjoyed by suppliers from coast to coast,” MRAA president Matt Gruhn said in a statement. “We greatly appreciate the support and partnership SeaDek offers as our newest member.”

As a partner member of MRAA, SeaDek will join a list of suppliers and manufacturers seeking to support their dealers.

"We’ve worked hard to develop a selection of innovative and functional products for boaters of every kind,” SeaDeck co-owner and marketing vice president Jason Gardner said. “We’re pleased to join MRAA and look forward to playing an active role in an organization with such a long history of supporting boat and marine dealers.”

More than 50 manufacturers, suppliers and retailers are MRAA partners.

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