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Changing Places

Brunswick Corp. announced that Nick Stickler joined Brunswick Boat Group as vice president of operations of Fort Wayne operations for Harris FloteBoat and Cypress Cay.

He previously was vice president of aftermarket and consumer products, a role that will now be filled by Corey Dykstra, who also will continue to serve as Bowling Products’ chief financial officer.

“This is a great move for both Brunswick Bowling Products and the Brunswick Corporation as a whole. Corey’s depth of experience in the bowling business, coupled with his financial expertise, will be instrumental in continuing the tremendous success that Nick Stickler has achieved in the consumer and aftermarket product business. And Nick will also be a tremendous asset to the Brunswick Boat Group,” Bowling Products’ president Brent Perrier said in a statement.

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