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Marine publication announces staff changes

Boating Industry announced it expanded the team behind its magazine, websites, media and events.

Jonathan “Jay” Sweet is the new editor-in-chief of Boating Industry magazine. Sweet will join senior editor Mike Davin, associate editor Brent Renneke and associate digital editor Chris Gerber.

“I’m thrilled to be joining a great team at Boating Industryand to be part of such an exciting industry,” Sweet said.

Sweet replaces Liz Walz, who remains a part of the extended Boating Industryteam and will continue as a columnist and contributor.

Amy Collins returns to Boating Industryas the trade group publisher, overseeing sales and promotion as well as events and brand-building efforts. Collins has 19 years of marketing and media experience, including six years with Boating Industryand related marine titles for GS Media & Events (formerly known as Affinity Media).

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