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MarineMax names regional president

MarineMax promoted Jay Rasmusson to regional president and said he will oversee the company’s stores in Minnesota, Missouri, Ohio, Oklahoma and Georgia.

“Jay has a proven track record of success and focused commitment to his team. I am confident in his ability to continue expanding on our goal of providing the very best in customer service,” MarineMax COO Brett McGill said in a statement.

Since November 2007 Rasmusson has served as brand manager, general manager of MarineMax Rogers, general manager of MarineMax Minnesota, and now as regional president.

Prior to joining MarineMax he was co-owner and president of Mora Marine from 2002 to 2007. Other industry-related roles include five years with Automotive Finance Corp., an auto floorplan lender, and three years with a regional public accounting firm.



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