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Electronics components and accessories distributor Win-tron Electronics named David Aldrich sales associate, serving dealers from Virginia to South Carolina and Georgia, and west to the Mississippi River.

Aldrich's marine industry career has spanned nearly 30 years. Prior to joining Win-tron, he ran his own business brokerage service. Before that, he held high-profile sales and marketing positions with several leading recreational marine manufacturers, including regional sales manager of Regal Marine Industries, director of dealer development of Chris-Craft and district manager of Bombardier Recreational Products.

"David's résumé is impressive and only eclipsed by his genuine enthusiasm and energy - a rare trait for someone of his maturity and experience in this industry," Win-tron president Edward Winder said in a statement. "In this position, David will help us to strengthen our growing dealer sales and service operation to dealers in the Southern states."

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