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Derema Hires New Dealer Specialist

Sheldon Havlik

Sheldon Havlik

Marine and RV sales agency Derema announced that it has hired Sheldon Havlik as a dealer specialist.

“We are very excited to welcome Sheldon to our Derema Central team,” said Kurt Forsman, President of Derema Group, in a statement. “He has been successful in other industries by building relationships between vendors and customers and we look forward to Sheldon bringing those qualities to the marine and RV marketplace.”

According to the statement, “Sheldon will be working out of the Fort Dodge office while he relocates to southern Iowa where he will be covering dealers and select direct accounts in the Illinois, Kansas, Missouri, West Kentucky and West Tennessee area, helping Derema expand the RV and marine markets in this region and beyond.” 

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