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MarineMax Makes Appointment to its Board


MarineMax added Primo Water global chief procurement officer Mercedes Romero to its board of directors, effective Oct. 1.

Romero has 25-plus years of experience in consumer the packaged goods, transportation, pharmaceuticals, retail and transportation sectors. She has made contributions with companies that include Procter & Gamble, Clorox, Campari, Diageo, Teva and Starbucks, implementing operational efficiencies, strategic planning and gaining market share.

“Her expertise in global procurement and strategic planning, coupled with her success as a leader in driving results, will be instrumental as we grow our business and continue to exceed the expectations of our customers, our team members and our shareholders,” MarineMax nominating and corporate governance committee chair member Joseph Watters said in a statement. “Mercedes’s track record and international experience will bring new perspectives and further enhance our board’s collective expertise.”



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