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Changing Places

Great Lakes Scuttlebutt magazine hired Margot Joniec as its new associate publisher.

Joniec will take on several responsibilities, including sales, media development, assisting with content management and helping to expand the publication. She joined Great Lakes after recently receiving a degree from the University of Toledo.

“I’m very excited to have Margot aboard with us here at Great Lakes Scuttlebutt. She offers just the ‘out of the box’ kind of thinking we need for the marine industry here in the Great Lakes, along with a firm comprehension of what our alternative mixed media can do for our advertisers,” publisher Erik Kyle said in a statement.

Great Lakes Scuttlebutt is a bimonthly boating publication that aims to provide a free and effective resource for boaters and businesses throughout the Great Lakes.

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