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RFA names new board members

The Recreational Fishing Alliance executive board of directors recently appointed eight new members.

The new members are: Dean Travis Clarke, executive editor of Marlin Magazine and Sportfishing Magazine; William "Jamie" Wilkinson, senior director of Event Operations at ESPN Outdoors; Phil Keeter, president of the Marine Retailers Association of America; Dick Wood, president of Wood Advertising; Ken Ehlers, Northeast representative for Lamiglas and Wizard Lures; Jim Motsko, White Marlin Open; Joey Prochazka, director of the saltwater division for Z-Man Fishing; and Peter Harper, business solutions manager for GE Capital.

"I'm particularly excited about the newest board members because of their knowledge of saltwater fishing and awareness of the individual fishing communities along our coast," said Jim Hutchinson Jr., managing director of RFA, in a statement.

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