Changing Places

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National Liquidators named Roland Minias national recovery manager. He will manage relationships with key bank clients and oversee the company's efforts to locate and recover boats for some of the nation's largest banks.

Minias has a banking background in asset recovery, marine management, executive administration and lending, working with Wachovia, Bank of America and Citibank. Prior to joining National Liquidators, he served as retail bank director and senior vice president of Wachovia. He managed 44 bank branches overseeing sales, service and operations and led a professional sales force of 500 people with total core deposits of more than $900 million. He was honored as top bank director for Wachovia-Florida in 2008.

Minias is a member of numerous community organizations, including the March of Dimes, the United Way and currently serves on the board of Foundational Charities.

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Larry L. Jett, a 27-year marine industry veteran, joined the team at Sea Hunt Boats as director of dealer development.

Based in Columbia, S.C., Sea Hunt manufactures saltwater fishing boats.

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