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Lunasea Lighting adds Midwest sales rep

Lunasea Lighting selected Great Lakes Marine Marketing to represent its product line in the Midwest.
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Lunasea Lighting selected Great Lakes Marine Marketing to represent its product line in the Midwest.

Based in Port Clinton, Ohio, Great Lakes Marine Marketing has serviced distributors and OEMs in the commercial and recreational marine industries for more than 30 years, Lunasea said.

“We’re excited about this opportunity, and we look forward to introducing Lunasea’s extensive lineup of high-quality LED lighting products to our customer base,” Great Lakes Marine Marketing president Randy Dykstra said in a statement.

Dykstra will work with representatives Bill Gius and Chris Aruta to cover the Midwest territory.

“We’re thrilled to have signed a sales group with this much experience and knowledge of the market to represent our product line in this important area,” Lunasea Lighting president and owner Allen Burley said.

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