Maryland trade group elects president and board members

The Marine Trades Association of Maryland elected Eric Bradley, of Oasis Marinas, as president for a two-year term.
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The Marine Trades Association of Maryland elected Eric Bradley, of Oasis Marinas, as president for a two-year term.

"I look forward to serving with this diverse group and working together to promote Maryland’s marine industry and its boating interests,” Bradley said in a statement. “Maryland is the best destination for recreational boating and for working in the maritime industry, and there is much we can do to promote that fact.”

The trade group also elected the following board members to three-year terms: Jane Tayman, Mid-Atlantic regional sales manager and loan officer at Trident Funding Corp.; Dirk Schwenk, a lawyer at BayLaw LLC; Patrick Callahan, of Worton Creek Marina; and Will Richards, of Spring Cove Marina in Solomons.

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