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Changing Places

Dennis Flint, president and CEO of the Taylor Made Group, was appointed chairman of the board in addition to his current CEO responsibilities.

Effective June 1, the president's office will be filled by the promotion of Andy Jobbins, currently Taylor Made Group's international managing director. Frank Buckley, currently operations director at Trend Marine Products in the United Kingdom, will be promoted to the position of managing director.

Robin Thatcher, in addition to his current duties of technical and sales director at Trend Marine Products, will assume management responsibilities for the group's operations in Australia and New Zealand.

Headquartered in Gloversville, N.Y., Taylor Made Group, LLC has more than 100 years of experience as one of the recreational marine industry's largest, most diversified suppliers to boatbuilders and the aftermarket.

The Taylor Made Group includes Taylor Made Products, Taylor Made Systems, Taylor Made Glass Systems, Ameritex Fabric Systems, Trend Marine Products Ltd., Taylor Made Overseas LLC, Water Bonnet and Taylorbrite.

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