HydroHoist signs with Rushton Gregory for marketing services

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Rushton Gregory Communications, a marketing agency in the marine, outdoor, automotive and consumer electronics markets, added HydroHoist Marine Group, the parent company of HydroHoist Boat Lifts, to its client roster. Rushton Gregory will provide public relations and marketing services for the company’s hydro-pneumatic boat lifts.

HydroHoist has been in business more than 54 years and manufactures lifts ranging from 1,500-pound drive-on docking platforms for personal watercraft to models that accommodate vessels up to 60,000 pounds. The company has three distribution facilities in Oklahoma, Tennessee and Texas, along with a network of more than 600 dealers. HydroHoists are available in 23 countries, with international distribution and dealer networks in more than 18 countries.

“HydroHoist is the established leader in hydro-pneumatic lifts for boats and personal watercraft,” Rus Graham, principal and co-founder of Rushton Gregory Communications, said in a statement. “The company is expanding its product line and developing new improvements to its proven technology. We are very excited to help increase awareness for HydroHoist and its product lines.”

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