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The Recreational Boating & Fishing Foundation appointed Nancy Logan as its new vice president of industry growth initiatives.

Logan will oversee the development and management of RBFF’s program income opportunities and serve as the primary liaison to the boating and fishing industries. She also will provide strategic direction, develop and direct industry-targeted programs and coordinate efforts to increase the number of industry participants who utilize RBFF’s programs and products.

"Her prior experience as a business owner, sales manager and marketing professional will be a tremendous asset to RBFF as we further expand our programs that help increase participation in boating and fishing and generate awareness and support for conservation," said RBFF president and CEO Frank Peterson, in a statement.

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