Martin Flory Group adds lighting company to client list

TecNiq hired the Martin Flory Group to support its expansion into the marine market.
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TecNiq hired the Martin Flory Group to support its expansion into the marine market.

The public relations firm will promote TecNiq’s products and company news throughout North America.

TecNiq LED lighting is in the emergency vehicle, commercial fleet and trailer markets. The company has recently begun to focus on marketing to the marine and RV markets.

The Richland, Mich., company's website is www.tecniqinc.com.

"With a solid line of attractive and robust LED lighting solutions, we're proud to be representing TecNiq," Martin Flory Group general manager Kelly Flory said in a statement.

"They engineer and build a superior-quality product and we're set to help increase their business and market share."

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