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Changing Places

Dive N Dog named Amanda Cahill director of shipping and logistics.

Cahill most recently served as operations manager of G.T. Auto Sales in Pittsburgh. She is responsible for managing all aspects of inventory management, order processing and fulfillment.

"Amanda's innovative and creative spirit will be an asset to the Dive N Dog team as we continue to expand our business and clientele. She will be an essential part of our expansion plan in her role at our new distribution facility," company president Scott Rowles said in a statement.

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Liberty Landing Marine Center named Liz Mernick its manager.

Her pervious experience includes working on fuel docks and overseeing boat rentals, as well as serving as a manager at a West Marine store.

"The most gratifying part of the development of the center is knowing that we will satisfy all of our customers needs," Mernick said in a statement. "Whether you are a casual day sailor or the captain of a luxury motoryacht, we have all the supplies you need."

Liberty Landing Marina, located in Jersey City, N.J. is a full-service marina on the lower Hudson River. It is home to 520 still water slips that each have electric and water hookups. Additionally, the marina supports a large dry-docking facility and diesel and gas sales.



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