Did you hear?... Andy Smith adds Bell Canoe Works and Liquid Logic to his roster

Independent paddlesports industry rep Andy Smith announced he has added Bell Canoe Works and Liquid Logic.
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Independent paddlesports industry rep Andy Smith announced he has added Bell Canoe Works and Liquid Logicto his growing roster of paddlesports companies. Smith's territory includes western portions of Pennsylvania, Maryland, and Virginia as well as West Virginia, Kentucky, Ohio, Indiana, and Michigan. Before becoming a rep, Smith was head of Dagger Accessories and helped in the restructuring of Harmony as the central Watermark accessory brand. In the summer of 2000, he completed a brief tour in the Midwest before accepting full duties in the Mid-Atlantic for whitewater kayak manufacturer, Dagger.

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