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Stingray Boat Co. named Mark Skeen vice president of global sales.

Skeen's knowledge of the industry began at an early age. His family owned a marine dealership. He began his professional career as general manager of H&S Marine in Denton, N.C.

Most recently, he was business development manager for Cummins Mercruiser Diesel.

Skeen graduated from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte with a bachelor's degree in accounting.

"We are very happy to have someone with Mark's background accept this position," said Al Fink, president of Stingray Boats, in a statement. "With five new models added for 2011, we are excited to bring Mark aboard to leverage our position in the market."

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