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Sea Ray signs three-year deal with KVH

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Sea Ray named KVH Industries its exclusive satellite partner for the next three years.

"We chose KVH as our exclusive supplier of satellite television receivers, fully stabilized antennas and corresponding hardware because the TracVision products are far superior to competing options for both reception and reliability," said Joe Cacopardo, director of marketing for Sea Ray, in a statement.

For KVH, serving as Sea Ray's official satellite partner is an illustration of the company's continuing commitment to quality.

"Sea Ray boats and KVH antennas are both known for outstanding design, performance and reliability," said Jim George, KVH director of sales for satellite products, in a statement. "This is a great match - our TracVision product line is diverse enough to offer solutions that will look beautiful and offer outstanding performance aboard any Sea Ray boat."

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