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KVH Industries names top sales rep

KVH Industries named Tim Conroy, president of ComMar Sales, as its 2011 Marine Representative of the Year.

Conroy has more than 30 years of experience in the marine industry and has spent more than 25 years as part of the ComMar Sales organization. He serves the Mid-Atlantic territory and has served on the boards of the National Marine Manufacturers Association, the National Marine Electronics Association and the National Marine Representatives Association.

“I was both surprised and honored to receive this award. I have represented KVH for many years and have always enjoyed their outstanding factory support and the incredible reliability of the products in the field,” Conroy said in a statement. “KVH makes the sales representative’s job easier by introducing excellent products with superior technology and great design, and then following up with great service.”

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