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MarineMax names new COO and chief revenue officer

MarineMax promoted Brett McGill to chief operating officer and Chuck Cashman to chief revenue officer.
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MarineMax promoted Brett McGill to chief operating officer and Chuck Cashman to chief revenue officer.

Both promotions are effective Oct. 1. McGill has served as executive vice president, operations since Oct. 1, 2015, after serving as vice president of West operations since May 2012. Before that, he was one of the company’s regional presidents from May 2006 to 2012.

McGill began his career with MarineMax at its formation in 1998 and served in positions that included director of information services and eventually vice president of information technology, service and parts, before moving into broader operational roles.

He began his professional career at a software development firm.

Cashman has served as executive vice president of sales, marketing and manufacturer relations since Oct. 1, 2015, after serving as vice president of East operations for the company since May 2012.

Since joining a predecessor to MarineMax in 1992, Cashman has held several positions of increasing responsibility at the company, including sales consultant, sales manager, general manager, district manager and regional president.

Prior to joining the company, Cashman was involved in commercial and residential construction management.

"The growth and contributions from Brett and Chuck have continued to evolve as they have been able to leverage their many years of experience at the company with increasing roles of responsibility,” MarineMax chairman, president and CEO William McGill Jr. said in a statement.

"Their passion for the industry and specific skill sets have contributed to the streamlining of our operations and to our ongoing success. They have demonstrated the ability to build successful teams and have done an outstanding job in overseeing the management of our stores and operations,” McGill said.

“Along with other key management members, they have helped to drive the significant progress we have made over the past few years, and thus far in 2016. In their new and expanded roles, we are confident that they will utilize their experiences, leadership skills and strengths across all of MarineMax as we strive to deliver even greater results and enhanced performance in the years to come."

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