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Mallory Marine Products promoted Rick Carrier, left, to product manager and brought Thad Kuhns on board as product analyst.

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Carrier joined the company in 2007 and previously was product analyst. “His previous product management experience has been instrumental in the continued growth of Mallory Marine,” said Jim Self, Mallory Marine brand manager, in a statement.

Kuhns has nearly 28 years of marine industry experience and holds factory training certifications and certificates from many OEMs. “Thad has joined Mallory Marine to assist in product development, technical support, and manufacturing support,” said Self.

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“The combined experience of Rick Carrier and Thad Kuhns puts Mallory Marine in a solid position for the continued growth of our product line and market share,” he added.

Mallory Marine has a manufacturing and distribution facility in Cleveland and a digital fuel injection facility in Wixom, Mich. It’s part of the Prestolite Performance Group, which serves the marine, automotive and motorcycle markets with its Prestolite Wire, Mr. Gasket, ACCEL, Hays, Lakewood and Mallory brands.

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