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NMRA elects new officers and board members

The National Marine Representatives Association elected officers and board of directors to govern the organization in 2016-17.
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Clayton Smith (left), Rob Gueterman and Neal Trombley have new roles at the National Marine Representatives Association.

Clayton Smith (left), Rob Gueterman and Neal Trombley have new roles at the National Marine Representatives Association.

The National Marine Representatives Association elected officers and board of directors to govern the organization in 2016-17.

One new officer and two board members join the leadership group.

Keith LaMarr, of Macaroni Marketing, was elected NMRA president, and Neal Trombley of Gulf Atlantic Marketing is vice president.

Clayton Smith, of Waters & David Co., is the new treasurer, and Patrick Churchman, of Midwest Outdoor Marketing, left the board to serve as secretary.

Rob Gueterman, of GSW & Associates, is the current past president.

New to the board is Aaron Freeman, of Wickes Marine, and Ivan Cross, of The Merifield Co.

They join current board members Jim Cressy, of Cressy Marketing; Craig Coatney, of Coatney Sales; Scott Kolodny, of ComMar Sales; and Paul Rieger, of Wm. F. Miller & Associates.

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