OneWater Marine announces management changes

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David K. Witty will serve as executive vice president of retail operations.

David K. Witty will serve as executive vice president of retail operations.

Atlanta-based OneWater Marine is launching its fiscal year 2020 with management team changes.

Vice president of retail operations David K. Witty was promoted to executive vice president of retail operations. The appointment is in recognition of his consistent operational leadership while managing rapid growth across all 64 OneWater locations, the company said in a statement.

“Dave’s leadership of our technical infrastructure and software application development has been instrumental in our rapid growth,” COO Anthony Aisquith said in the statement. “I am pleased to recognize Dave’s many contributions and look forward to continued growth well into the future with Dave in his new role.”

Joey Jones will help lead company sales and dealership support in his new role.

Joey Jones will help lead company sales and dealership support in his new role.

Joey Jones was named vice president of retail operations, with an emphasis in sales. Jones most recently served as general manager of the company’s Lake Allatoona location in Canton, Ga.

In his new role, Jones will help lead the company's sales and deal-support efforts. “As a valuable member of the team for 10 years, Joey’s background in sales-team recruiting, development and performance optimization make him an obvious fit for this position,” Aisquith said.

Cory Sneed

Cory Sneed

Transitioning from manager of the Atlanta store, Cory Sneed will assume the role of vice president of retail operations, with an emphasis in revenue optimization, as well as finance and insurance.

“Cory has worn many hats in the organization and has been vital to our growth and success over the last decade,” Aisquith said. “I’m excited to see him contribute on a greater scale across the enterprise.”

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