Changing Places

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Sea Fox Boat Co. hired Anthony Kalil Design Inc. as a consultant providing design services to the Azure and Mariah sportboat brands.

Kalil also will be providing marketing and dealer support services to the Azure brand.

“Anthony has been the face of the Azure brand and will continue to navigate this product as it re-enters the marketplace, effective immediately,” Sea Fox Boat president and CEO Fred Renken said in a statement.

Kalil has garnered numerous accolades in the boating industry in the last decade, including the development of intellectual property with utility patents, design patents, copyrights, vessel hull design registrations and trademarks.

He previously served as director of product development for Crownline Boats and was employed as director of design for Monterey Boats and senior designer for Regal Boats. He has also done design work for companies that include Cigarette Racing, Cruisers Yachts and Ski Supreme.

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