IBBI chooses audio supplier

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Independent Boat Builders Inc. has selected Prospec Electronics as a premium audio supplier for 2012.

“Prospec understands the needs of boatbuilders, and they've proven to be a high-quality manufacturer,” IBBI program manager and president Tom Broy said in a statement. “We have a responsibility to our member/owners to provide the best product choices, and Prospec exceeds our strict standards for recommended suppliers.”

Prospec makes and distributes the JBL Marine, Infinity Marine, Milennia and Seaworthy brands.

“We greatly respect IBBI and are proud they've chosen us as an official supplier for their member/owners,” Prospec president Dave Sykes said in a statement.

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