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Kenton Smith Marketing added two new accounts to its portfolio.

Couplemate Trailer Parts of Queensland, Australia, signed on for North American public relations, and Strictly Sail Pacific was added for show public relations and marketing services.

For Couplemate Trailer Parts, Kenton Smith will handle strategic planning and execution of all public relations initiatives for the marine, RV and heavy duty trucks/ATV markets including a corporate relaunch within the U.S. and Canada, including numerous new product introductions.

Sail America tapped Kenton Smith to manage all aspects of public relations for the Strictly Sail Pacific sailboat show to be held April 15-18 at Jack London Square in Oakland, Calf.

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