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Canadian manufacturer hires Martin Flory Group

Parkit360, a manufacturer of battery-powered trailer dollies, has hired the Martin Flory Group.

The public relations firm will publicize Parkit360’s products and corporate news throughout North America.

Ontario, Canada-based Parkit 360 makes dollies with capacities of as much as 15,000 pounds that are compact enough to fit into the trunk of a small sedan.

Attached to a trailer, the user simply steers the combination around obstacles and tight corners. Unlike backing with a vehicle, it's easy to see where the load is at all times, making a clearance of inches effortless.

"Anyone who has even considered backing a trailer will instantly see the benefit of Parkit360's line of power dollies," Martin Flory Group general manager Kelly Flory said in a statement. "We're excited to be working with them and helping them expand their reach through media coverage."

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