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Spradling signs deal with American Boatbuilders Association

Spradling International Marine, formerly G&T Marine Specialties Group, was named a "Preferred Supplier of Choice" for the American Boatbuilders Association, the company announced.

Under the three-year agreement, Spradling will provide vinyl coated products to association members. Included in the ABA program offering are the Spradling brands PermaGuard, HI-Loft2, PermaBlok3, Softside, Rave, SilverGuard and Intaglio Designs.

“Spradling appreciates the opportunity to supply ABA with quality products, innovative programs, knowledgeable support and extraordinary service. Each member is unique and their products are some of the finest in the marine industry. This agreement reaffirms our commitment to long-term customers and is particularly important to us,” Spradling president Mark Goldstone said in a statement.

Founded in 1964, Spradling is a leading supplier of vinyl-coated fabrics that services the automotive, contract, recreational vehicle and marine seating markets.

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