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Changing places

Southern Boating has brought on Louise Dutton as its newest advertising representative for the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast states. Dutton will cover Southern Boating magazine and Marine Business Journal. Based in Fort Lauderdale, her territory includes Connecticut, Delaware, Washington, D.C., Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island and Vermont.

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Most recently, Dutton was the advertising director of Yacht Productions, a marketing and advertising firm focused on the large yacht market. She also spent four years as the Southeast sales executive for ShowBoats International magazine, handling brokerage, charter and real estate advertising. When she's not working, Dutton enjoys sailing and boating with her husband.

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