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Marine consulting firm opens in Ocean City, N.J.

Bob Bissinger has established Coastal Marine Marketing, a consulting and manufacturers representative company specifically designed for the marine industry. 

Based in Ocean City, N.J., Coastal Marine Marketing offers consulting services to manufacturers and dealers, specializing in manufacturer/dealer relations and dealer development. The firm also provides personalized sales representation for boat manufacturers tailored to meet their individual needs. 

Bissinger has more than 15 years experience in the marine industry and business management. He has worked as a salesperson, a licensed yacht broker, was vice president and partner of a boat dealership/brokerage, and, most recently, was regional sales manager for a large boat manufacturer.

Along with its consulting services, Coastal Marine Marketing represents boat manufacturers such as Out Island Sport Yachts, Silverhawk Boats and Venture Marine.

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