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Changing Places

Laurie Moers is the newly appointed Northeast regional sales representative for MarChem CFI.

She is responsible for generating demand for the company’s products at the user level, contacting canvas shops, awning shops, distributors and OEMs that use fabrics.

Based in West Milford, N.J., Moers’ territory encompasses Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Connecticut, Maryland and Rhode Island.

She brings more than 20 years of experience in the textile industry to her new post. She previously worked with Dillon Yarn and Astrup/Tri Vantage.

“We are fortunate to have Laurie join MarChem CFI in this major position,” vice president of sales and marketing Alan Prelutsky said in a statement, “She brings a wealth of fabric knowledge, and her customers will find she is able to help them select the right fabrics for their applications. She is self-motivated, goal-oriented and driven by results.”

MarChem is the producer of Top Notch, Top Gun, Topyssey, Vista, Odyssey, Softouch, Holiday, and Aqua-Tite Green. MarChem CFI is a subsidiary of DASH Multi-Corp Inc.

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Sealine International appointed Michigan-based Rex Schlaybaugh as its new chairman of the board of directors.

The Oxford Investment Group acquired Sealine from Brunswick last month on behalf of private investors.

Schlaybaugh is chairman and CEO of the law firm Dykema. He has also acted as counsel to Oxford for more than 25 years and is its vice chairman.

“We are proud to appoint Rex Schlaybaugh, a distinguished legal and business leader, to oversee the corporate governance of Sealine International,” Oxford Investment Group chairman Selwyn Isakow said in a statement. “Rex’s outstanding record of board management and controlled building of businesses will assist the shareholders of Sealine to create value and maintain an exciting and growing environment for Sealine’s management, employees, suppliers, dealers and boat owners.”



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