Changing Places

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Kadey-Krogen Yachts named Greg Kaufman a new sales representative with its Annapolis, Md., team. He takes the place of Greg Sapp, who relocated to Kadey-Krogen's Stuart, Fla., office.

Kaufman's career in the marine industry began in 1973 at Fawcett Boat Supplies in Annapolis, becoming an owner in 1986 and serving as president until its sale in 2005.

For the last four years, he served as a yacht broker with Martin Bird and Associates.

Kaufman's personal boating activities include big-boat racing, cruising under sail and cruising under power. He has coastal, offshore and Caribbean experience on a variety of vessels.

"Greg is well-known in the Annapolis area and the marine industry as a whole and we believe his breadth of experience will be a great resource," said Larry Polster, vice president of Kadey-Krogen Yachts, in a statement. "He can relate to all kinds of boaters and appreciates the lifestyle that Kadey-Krogens offer."

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