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Burger Boat Co. of Manitowoc, Wis., appointed Mike Mitchell vice president of manufacturing.

Joining Burger in August 2002, Mitchell has been promoted to various positions throughout the company. He has 23 years of manufacturing experience, including plant managing and 15 years ownership of his own business.

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Bruce J. Byots, 50, was named vice president of corporate and investor relations at Brunswick, reporting to Peter B. Hamilton, senior vice president and chief financial officer. Byots will succeed Kathryn J. Chieger, who retired from Brunswick after 12 years.

Prior to joining Brunswick, Byots managed the investor relations function at The ServiceMaster Company for seven years. Previously, he was with Stone Container Corporation, where he spent 15 years in a series of finance roles.

Byots holds a Bachelor of Science degree in finance from Chicago’s DePaul University.

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