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 Lee Sails Canada: Launch of new sales territory

Lee Sails of Hong Kong have made changes to the distribution rights in Canada and areas of the USA. Lee Sails Canada will be responsible for all accounts, past, present and future. The changes have been in place since spring of 2014, and will not affect current orders.

Bob Dyer, President of Lee Sails Canada, says in his announcement. “The company has gone through some major changes in the last year. We now have offices across Canada, the Eastern Coast of the USA and Great Lakes and are pleased to welcome the sailors in these areas to enjoy the benefits we offer. With the knowledge and skill levels of our new staff, we are able to handle any sail requirements, (tall ships to schooners), (classics to ultra-modern). You will still find the same high quality and the hand craftsmanship Lee Sails has been offering, for more than 65 years.”




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