Wickes to Represent New England Ropes

Posted by Eric Haun
Wednesday, February 19, 2014

New England Ropes announced that Wickes Marine will now Represent New England Ropes Pleasure Marine products throughout the east coast region. Wickes Marine’s main office is centrally located in Tiverton, RI and they also have additional offices and personnel located throughout the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic which allows them to support accounts from Maine down through the Carolinas.

“Wickes Marine allows us to increase our service to our existing customers. Bill Wickes and his team have great industry knowledge and experience that will help New England Ropes as we expand our product portfolio”, added Kevin Coughlin, Pleasure Marine Market Manager. “Our goal is to provide exceptional customer service to our ever-growing business and partnering with the sales professionals of Wickes Marine will help us to do just that.”

 

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