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MarineMax announces personnel move

MarineMax said it has promoted Kyle Langbehn to regional president and vice president overseeing the west Florida, Texas and Maryland stores.

Langbehn has served in several positions of increasing responsibility at MarineMax, including sales consultant, sales manager, general sales manager, general manager, district manager and regional president since he joined the company in 2002.

“Kyle remains focused on building a great team,” MarineMax COO Brett McGill said in a statement. “He continues to take on additional responsibilities and continues to be more integral with our overall company strategies.”

Langbehn has an undergraduate degree from the U.S. Naval Academy and an M.B.A. from George Washington University. He began his professional career with KPMG Consulting.



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