Changing Places

Power & Motoryacht recently announced three additions to its editorial and sales staffs.

Pete McDonald was named contributing editor. McDonald is perhaps best known as the former technical editor of Boating magazine, a position he held for 11 years.

Sandy Fish is the new West Coast sales representative. Fish, who runs a media-representation firm based out of San Francisco, has enjoyed a long relationship with Source Interlink Media, PMY's parent company.

Lou Fagas was named Southeast brokerage representative. Reflecting the importance PMY places on the brokerage community, the magazine recently split its Southeast territory into separate brokerage and display accounts. In choosing Fagas as its brokerage rep, PMY returned to its roots: Fagas previously held the same position for 18 years.

Power & Motoryacht is published by Source Interlink Media. The magazine reaches more than 140,000 readers.


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