Land ’N’ Sea to distribute Nautic-On connectivity system

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The Nautic-On display at the Land ’N’ Sea dealer show in Las Vegas.

The Nautic-On display at the Land ’N’ Sea dealer show in Las Vegas.

Nautic-On partnered with Land ’N’ Sea to distribute the connectivity system through its dealer network in North America. Land ’N’ Sea is a wholesale supplier for the marine, RV and powersports industries, with 19 distribution centers in the United States and Canada.

“Working with Land ’N’ Sea means that our product will be represented by seasoned industry professionals with strong customer relationships with a diverse group of marine dealers and service providers,” said Lou Sandoval, Nautic-On national business development director, in a statement. “We are looking forward to working with dealers and boaters across the country to solve boating obstacles through Land ’N’ Sea distribution channels to transform the consumer boating experience.”

Land ’N’ Sea shows in Nevada, Minnesota, Ohio and Connecticut will include demonstrations of the system.


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