Marine Accessories Corp. names VP of sales and marketing

Marine Accessories Corp. said today that it hired marine industry veteran John Clarke as vice president of sales and marketing.
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Marine Accessories Corp. said today that it hired marine industry veteran John Clarke as vice president of sales and marketing for its portfolio of OEM and aftermarket brands.

The company said Clarke also will help guide the company’s new business development efforts.

Marine Accessories Corp. said Clarke hasa held sales and marketing roles in the marine industry for more than 30 years for brands that include Tempo, Moeller Marine, Donovan Marine distribution and, most recently, iBoats, where he was vice president of business development.

“With our recent aggressive acquisitions, having a person coordinate sales and marketing functions across all divisions is crucial,” Marine Accessories Corp. CEO Rick Reyenger said in a statement. “John comes to us with solid marine industry experience in B2B and B2C companies, so he is well suited to this role.”

Marine Accessories Corp., located in Marysville, Tenn., is the parent company of brands in the watersports towing and marine canvas segments that include Xtreme Tower Products, Monster Tower, TurboSwing, Great Lakes Boat Top and Westland Industries.

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