Sea Tow and FELL Marine Join Forces To Support Boaters

Sea Tow and FELL Marine Join Forces To Support Boaters Sea Tow and FELL Marine Join Forces To Support Boaters

FELL Marine is proud to announce becoming a national partner of the Sea Tow Savings Club™. Sea Tow is the #1 choice of boaters nationwide for boat towing and expert on-water assistance. Sea Tow members are eligible to save at thousands of retailers and service providers nationally and locally through the Sea Tow Savings Club™.

Paul Petani, FELL’s Americas Sales Director says “As a leader in boating safety, Sea Tow is a perfect partner for FELL Marine. Their customer base wants to be prepared when the unexpected happens, and the Savings Club is a great way for us to introduce the MOB+ to a safety conscious consumer.”

Cindy McCaffery, Sea Tow’s VP of Program Development adds, “We are constantly looking for ways to add value for Sea Tow members with high quality and innovative products and services. We are very pleased to add FELL Marine to our program. We have received great feedback from franchise owners on the MOB+ Wireless Kill Switch and believe our members will be very interested in a life saving device that provides greater freedom of movement, and is so easy to use.”

In order to get people to wear safety devices without compromising their style, look, and comfort, great design is imperative. But behind great design lies great technology. The MOB+ uses the proprietary WiMEA Protocol developed by FELL Marine. With its lightning-fast reaction time, 4D Antenna Diversity and AutoMOB features, it is like no other wireless protocol out there.

FELL Marine´s mission is to create products that engage and contribute to increased freedom and experience for their users and customers. FELL insists on the highest quality materials that can endure rough maritime use and are durable enough to withstand the abrasion from salty water and blazing sun.

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