Changing Places

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EZ Loader Boat Trailers announced the appointment of several industry veterans.

Doug Kichler, formerly head of sales for Volvo Penta, joined the EZ Loader team in the Midwest and will be covering Indiana, Ohio, Michigan, northern Illinois and Kentucky for EZ Loader adjustable and EZ Loader custom boat trailers. Kichler has more than 30 years in the marine business as a former dealer and selling to dealers and OEMs.

Scott Noble, formerly vice president of Sea Ray, US Marine and a former member of the Brunswick corporate management team, will be based in the company’s Concord, N.C., facility, working the Southeast and calling on OEMs as an in-house specialist for EZ Loader adjustable and EZ loader customs.

Billy Breed, formerly of Travis Boating Centers, Viper Boats, VIP Boats and most recently Carey’s and Son Marine in the Texas territory, will be working from the company’s Texas office and representing the custom division from Dallas I-20 North into Arkansas, Oklahoma and Missouri.

Walt Hanes, who sells for the EZ Loader Adjustable facility in Concord, N.C., will also now be selling the custom line of trailers in North and South Carolina.

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