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MPI expands to Naples

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Ft. Lauderdale-based MPI Marine Electronics, a subsidiary of Marine Professionals Inc. (MPI), has opened a location in Naples, Fla., dedicated to marine electronics, audio/video and networking. The new operation is led by MPI president and founder Marc Curreri and marine electronics technician Jake Goodyear.

For more information, www.MPIMarineElectronics.com.

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