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Northeast Boating reappointed Natasha Goodwin as regional account manager for Connecticut, Rhode Island and New York.

Having spent nearly 10 years working with marine businesses, Goodwin left publishing in 2006 and went to a different industry.

She eventually went back into the boating industry at a large Northeast Sea Ray dealer, running its in-house advertising agency, and spent two years creating and producing the dealer’s magazine. She also wrote brochures and orchestrated direct marketing programs.

Based in Deep River, Conn., Goodwin will work on marketing programs for clients in both the print and digital editions of the magazine, and its affiliated Web site — NortheastBoating.net.

Northeast Boating has a paid readership of 25,000 subscribers, from New Jersey to Maine.

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