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Skier's Choice Inc. named longtime Malibu Boats public relations manager Amy Mauzy as its marketing manager.

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She is tasked with overall brand building for Supra wakeboard and ski boats and the Moomba boat line.

Mauzy brings 13 years of marketing experience to the Skier’s Choice team.

“We are so pumped to have Amy as a part of our team,” company president Rick Tinker said in a statement. “Her marketing experience, in conjunction with her passion for water sports, will provide our company with the skills it needs to properly tell our story to the marketplace. She truly is a perfect fit for our company and our products.”

Skier’s Choice is based in Maryville, Tenn.

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Navico, parent company of the Lowrance, Simrad Yachting and B&G brands, announced today that sales team member Tito Perez is now representing the company as its new Southwest regional sales manager and that John Hartnett was hired as the new western Florida regional sales manager.

Perez will bring his sales talents and technical expertise to Southern California installing dealers and boatbuilders. Hartnett joins the Navico team after 12 years with Raymarine. Replacing Perez in the Florida region, he brings extensive industry experience and salesmanship to the Navico sales team.

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“We are pleased to congratulate Tito on his exciting new position and to welcome John to the Navico team,” Navico Americas COO Louis Chemi said in a statement. “Tito is well-respected among colleagues for his extensive technical knowledge of our brands, sales capability and exceptional customer service skills. John has proven marine electronics experience and an outstanding sales record. I am fully confident in their abilities to drive our efforts in their respective regions.”

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