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MarineMax names manager for Georgia stores

MarineMax said Jeff Ellis was named store manager for MarineMax Cumming and MarineMax Buford in Georgia.

MarineMax said Jeff Ellis was named store manager for MarineMax Cumming and MarineMax Buford in Georgia.

The company said Ellis has marine industry experience that includes 28 years with Sea Ray, serving some of that time as vice president for sport yacht and yacht sales, followed by nine years at Chris-Craft as vice president of sales and marketing.

“I am excited and pleased to be leading both teams in the beautiful Lake Lanier area,” Ellis said in a statement. “In addition to offering the fabulous Sea Rays and Boston Whalers, we also offer top brands such as Nautique, Scarab Jet Boats, Crest Pontoons, Supreme Towboats and Azimut Yachts.”

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