NMMA appoints new member to accessories board

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SureShade cofounder Dana Rusikoff

SureShade cofounder Dana Rusikoff

The National Marine Manufacturers Association has appointed SureShade cofounder Dana Russikoff to the board of its Marine Accessories and Components Division.

The MACD board serves the nearly 600 NMMA member companies in the OEM and aftermarket segments, and its mission is to protect and grow recreational boating through public policy advocacy and industry-focused initiatives.

As business leader and cofounder of SureShade, Russikoff adds business management and manufacturing expertise to the MACD board.

“We are delighted that Dana will be joining the MACD board and look forward to her leadership as we continue working to both protect and expand the market for recreational boating products,” said NMMA president Thom Dammrich in a statement. “Dana brings vast knowledge and experience in the industry building a fast-growing and reputable marine business. As cofounder of SureShade, and someone who’s a passionate advocate for our industry, she brings a unique viewpoint and enthusiasm.”

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