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Changing Places

Norman Drangsholt joined Sea-Dog Line as the company's aftermarket/OEM sales manager.

Drangsholt brings years of marine wholesale and retail knowledge to the Sea-Dog team.  He is an avid sailor, powerboater, fisherman and a 27-year member of the Seattle Yacht Club.

A graduate of Western Washington University, Drangsholt served as the commodore of the sailing team.

"We are excited to have a person of Norman's considerable experience join us here at Sea-Dog," company president Brad Nysether said in a statement. "Norman's unique mix of marine industry experience combined with decades of on-the-water practical boating knowledge makes him well suited to help Sea-Dog maintain its high level of quality service to our customers."

Everett, Wash.-based Sea-Dog Line is a supplier of dock, deck and rigging hardware items, 12-volt electrical/lighting, and ventilation accessories.


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