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Changing Places

Doug Still will join the Gibson Fiberglass sales team Oct. 1 as national accounts sales manager.

"Doug brings over 25 years of composites sales expertise to our team. We are looking forward to utilizing his knowledge and experience in the composites industry managing large accounts in the U.S.," said Ron Adams, vice president of technical sales for Gibson, in a statement.

Still worked for Composites One for 12 years, serving as national accounts manager for the last four years. Before that, he worked for Superior Oil Company for 15 years.

He graduated from Missouri State University with a degree in industrial technology. He is certified by the American Composites Manufacturers Association as a Certified Composites Technician Instructor.

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Anita Mays partnered with Channel Islands Yachts in Channel Island Harbor, Calif.

Mays has more than 20 years of experience in the yacht sales and finance industry. Channel Islands Yachts is a full-service yacht center serving clients from San Diego to Santa Barbara, Calif.

Mays can be reached at (800) 774-2186 or anita@ciyachts.com.

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