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DLD Inc/HWAM North America Appoints Accent Sales & Marketing 

Wednesday, February 5, 2014, PLYMOUTH, NEW HAMPSHIRE

DLD Inc/HWAM North America is pleased to announce the appointment of  Accent Sales & Marketing to represent them in New England.

"We are very excited that Adam and Chuck Brewster will be bringing new energy to our local market," said Stephen Rhodes, general manager of DLD Inc/HWAM North America.

DLD Inc/HWAM North America is an importer and distributor of hearth products to North America: Hwam wood stoves (Denmark), Amesti wood stoves(Chile), Wunderblitz fire lighters (Germany), Burner fire lighters (Denmark) and, Wetterlings Axes (Sweden). The company is based in Plymouth, New Hampshire.

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Accent Sales & Marketing is an independent sales organization representing manufacturers of high quality Hearth, Patio and Barbecue products to specialty retailers. Family-operated since 1989, Accent Sales & Marketing prides itself on professionalism and integrity, and has been recognized for its focus on service, product knowledge and training. Based in Massachusetts, Accent Sales & Marketing's dealer development efforts are focused on the six New England States.

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