ProMariner hires public relations firm

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Rushton Gregory Communications added ProMariner to its client roster.

Based in Portsmouth, N.H., ProMariner is the leading manufacturer of advanced electronic charging systems and marine accessories solutions for the recreational marine market.

Rushton Gregory was selected to develop, implement and manage a comprehensive public relations campaign designed to increase awareness of ProMariner's new line of digital performance charging products and communicate its advancements in digital and software-based technologies.

"ProMariner has sold over 1.5 million on-board marine battery chargers and built a leadership position developing superior products that meet or exceed the needs of their customers and the industry," said Rus Graham, principal and co-founder of Rushton Gregory Communications, in a statement. "We look forward to helping them expand their presence by increasing top-of-mind brand-name awareness and communicating their advancements and capabilities."

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