Protector USA hires public relations firm

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Rushton Gregory Communications added Protector USA to its client roster.

As the exclusive source for Protector boats in North America, Protector USA has retained the agency to obtain targeted media exposure for the company. Under the terms of the agreement, Rushton Gregory will provide public relations services that include organizing press opportunities and arranging on-the-water boat tests.

"Protector's unparalleled design and engineering offers impressive performance that truly needs to be experienced to be fully appreciated," said Andrew Golden, principal and co-founder of Rushton Gregory. "We are thrilled to execute a public relations program that not only builds awareness for Protector's innovative boats, but helps them continue to establish a completely new category of luxury and professional vessels."

Based in Oakland, Calif., Protector USA offers a full line of multipurpose, high-performance sport boats engineered and manufactured by Auckland, New Zealand-based Rayglass.

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