Pete Beauregard joins MBIA board

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The Michigan Boating Industries Association Board appointed Pete Beauregard, Jr., president of Colony Marine in St. Clair Shores, to the MBIA board of directors as the Southeast Regional Director during their meeting at the MBIA headquarters in Livonia, Mich.

Beauregard will fill the term left from the recent passing of Tom Haag, former vice president of Colony Marine, that runs through 2020. Beauregard is a long-time MBIA member, past board director and past recipient of the MBIA Lighthouse Award.

“We welcome Pete back to the Board of Directors and are grateful he was able to fill the vacant position,” said MBIA Executive Director Nicki Polan in a statement. “He is a strong advocate for MBIA members and the recreational boating industry in Michigan.” 

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