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MarineMax names Kyle Langbehn vice president of national operations

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MarineMax named Kyle Langbehn vice president of national operations. Langbehn has held several positions with MarineMax since joining the company in 2002.

“I am looking forward to expanding my role with MarineMax and the entire company in the goal of providing the very best service to our customers,” Langbehn said in a statement.

“Kyle remains focused on supporting the entire MarineMax team,” said MarineMax president and CEO Brett McGill. “He continues to take on additional responsibilities and continues to be more integral with our overall company strategies.”

The position has been vacant since McGill replaced his father, Bill McGill, as MarineMax president and CEO.

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