SeaDek Marine Products joins MRAA

SeaDek Marine Products joined the Marine Retailers Association of the Americas as a platinum partner.
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SeaDek Marine Products, a manufacturer of non-skid, closed-cell EVA traction products, joined the Marine Retailers Association of the Americas as a platinum partner — the MRAA’s highest level of corporate partnership.

The MRAA said SeaDek, which recently also sponsored and contributed to the success of the association’s 2017 Compensation Study, has demonstrated a deep commitment to supporting the marine dealer body with this membership, as well as its participation in the Marine Dealer Conference & Expo in December.

“We realize that the dealers are the direct connection between builders and their customers,” SeaDek Marine Products vice president of marketing Jason Gardner said in a statement.

“By supporting the dealers we understand that we are better serving our customers and doing our part to help the OEMs grow their business. We are all in this together.”

“We know that the SeaDek team has long enjoyed excellent relationships with its boatbuilder partners,” MRAA president Matt Gruhn said.

“We’re thrilled to see that they’re continuing to expand their reach to nurture those same types of relationships with the dealers who are servicing boats and customers on a daily basis. It’s an honor to welcome them onboard. ”

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