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ValvTect adds marketing partners

To advance its “Partners in the Marketplace” business philosophy, ValvTect Petroleum Products named BoatUS, Marinalife, Exclusive Payment Services and several other marine industry suppliers as 2014 partners.

Under the marketing program, ValvTect networks with organizations and associations that share a commitment to the industry and offer exclusive savings and complimentary services to certified ValvTect marinas.

“We sincerely appreciate their support and additional value they bring to the Certified ValvTect Marine Fuel program and ValvTect marinas,” Jerry Nessenson, president of ValvTect Petroleum, said in a statement.

Certified ValvTect Marina operators/owners will have access to unique promotions, discounted products, services and complimentary special offerings from a variety of companies.

ValvTect Marine Fuel Partners will gain targeted access to about 650 certified ValvTect marinas and take advantage of incentives, such as exposure on the ValvTect website and Facebook page, inclusion in an annual e-blast to certified ValvTect marinas and additional marketing opportunities that may be available.

“Our collective goal is to enhance the value of the ValvTect brand with the nation’s marina operators, as well as enhancing boaters’ experience by reducing fuel-related problems,” Nessenson said.

For information about the Certified ValvTect Marine Fuel Program or ValvTect’s fuel additives, call 800-728-8258 or email valvtect@valvtect.com.

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