Raymarine Recognizes L&L Electronics

For Marketing Excellence

Published online: Feb 25, 2008 News
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L&L Electronics of Branford, Connecticut received Raymarine's Marketing Excellence Award at the Raymarine Premier Dealer Conference in Ft. Myers, Florida earlier this month. L&L is Connecticut's largest full service Raymarine Premier Dealer.

The Raymarine national marketing award is given annually to the dealer that best supports the Raymarine product line thru the use of quality advertising and innovative marketing. L&L Electronics was recognized as an industry leader through their effective use of advertising co-op funds and their 6,000 square foot "best in class" retail facility.

"While it is appreciated a great deal to be publicly recognized by Raymarine for our efforts, our bench mark is the recognition that we receive from our customers when L&L exceeds their expectations," said L&L Electronics President David Laska.

(Photo left to right: James Laska and Robert Laska of L&L Electronics).

Established in 1960, L&L's FCC and NMEA-certified technicians have installed GPS receivers, radars, autopilots and a wide range of navigational electronics on over 1,000 boats.

For more information about L&L Electronics, visit www.llelectronics.com or call 1+203.488.4814.


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