Northrop & Johnson names commercial director

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Crom Littlejohn

Crom Littlejohn

Northrop & Johnson has named Crom Littlejohn as commercial director U.S. He was with the company previously before working in the same position at Camper & Nicholsons. Prior to that he spent 15 years at Merle Wood & Associates.

“We are thrilled to welcome back Crom to Northrop & Johnson,” said company COO Daniel Ziriakus in a statement. “He is the perfect fit for this role and everyone on the team is extremely excited to have him working with us once again. Crom’s impressive industry experience and expertise will enable us to continue to strengthen the Northrop & Johnson brand. He is finally home again, and great things are ahead for us.”

Littlejohn served on the Florida Yacht Brokers Association Board of Directors for more than a decade and spent two years as president. He was named the FYBA Sales Broker of the Year in 2015. He was also a board member with the American Yacht Charter Association.

“I am elated to once again be part of the Northrop & Johnson team,” said Littlejohn. “I truly missed the camaraderie and family spirit of the company. Additionally, it will be fantastic to return to a functional, modern, forward-thinking and progressive work environment with broker-friendly systems and ample marketing power at our disposal.”

He continued, “I’m really excited with my decision to come home to Northrop & Johnson and couldn’t be happier to be a NoJo again. Northrop & Johnson is an incredible position right now as the top brokerage in the world for 2017 — who doesn’t want to work with the best? It’s a dream come true to be working with the U.S. sales and charter teams to continue to elevate our presence not only in the United States, but also around the world.”

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