Signal Group unveils marine division

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Signal Group LLC, parent of Solidsignal.com, announced the creation of a new division targeted exclusively at the high-end marine market.

Signal Marine and its website are now accessible to the public.

“This is a huge benefit to the boating community,” Signal Group founder Jerry Chapman said in a statement. “I started Solid Signal because I couldn’t find a source for the kind of quality audiovisual equipment that I needed. I love tech and I love boating. These are my passions. Now I can bring the same level of service and product selection to the marine community that I have offered at Solidsignal.com.”

Signal Marine offers a variety of products for the boating enthusiast, ranging from items such as docking and anchoring accessories to the latest in high-tech entertainment products. Thousands of products from more than 200 manufacturers are available.

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