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Bellingham Marine names product development manager

Bellingham Marine hired industry veteran Bryce Fisher as product development manager.
Bryce Fisher

Bryce Fisher

Bellingham Marine hired industry veteran Bryce Fisher as product development manager.

Fisher will work with clients that are pursuing marina or commercial marine construction projects in the Gulf states of Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama, plus Oklahoma, Kansas, Missouri, Arkansas and the east coast of Mexico.

He will provide clients with permitting, feasibility and market development support. He also will provide evaluation of site-specific design criteria, engineering management and project coordination.

Fisher’s 20-year career includes marina management, marine construction and the development and sale of custom products to major boatbuilders. He also holds a Coast Guard 100-Ton Master Near Coastal Captain License.

“Bryce brings a tremendous amount of talent to our team and a unique perspective as a marina manager and boat captain,” Bellingham Marine president and CEO Everett Babbitt said in a statement. “We are thrilled to have him on our team. I know his expertise and customer focus will be of great value to our clients.”

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