Seakeeper to host training seminar

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Seakeeper of Solomons, Md., will hold a three-day training seminar this month to educate its international sales force about the latest product details and installation knowledge.

"After the success of our last seminar, we felt hosting another one this fall would be the best way to educate our newest sales partners," said Brook Stevens, the company's inside sales coordinator, in a statement. "Over the three days, we can really go into depth on our state-of-the-art gyro stabilization systems."

The session will take place at the Joma Machine Co., Seakeeper's manufacturing facility in Mohnton, Penn. Over a dozen new representatives and distributors from around the world are expected to attend.

The session will cover everything from marketing to installation techniques with a hands-on section, involving both retrofits and new builds. Seakeeper will also educate attendees on its current line and upcoming products for 2010, including the new M21000 model.

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