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Sail America adds two board members

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Sail America elected Soundings Trade Only associate editor Reagan Haynes and Karma Yacht Sales co-founder and co-owner Lou Sandoval to its 2015 board of directors.

Haynes and Sandoval will join newly elected board president Scot West of Ronstan USA and treasurer/secretary Jeff Johnstone of JBoats.

Other current board members are Erin Schanen (vice president, association) of Sailing magazine; Greg Emerson (vice president, shows) of Marlow-Hunter LLC; Jay Stockmann (vice president, marketing) of Vetus Maxwell; Stanton Murray (past president) of Murray Yacht Sales; Kevin Coughlin of New England Ropes; Laurent Fabre of Beneteau America; Jack Gierhart of US Sailing; Kyle Gross of APS; Ben Wold of the National Marine Manufacturers Association; Jim Abel of West Marine; Mark Pillsbury of Cruising World; Bob Ross of Sail Northwest; and Kimo Worthington of North Sails.

Sail America is the trade association for the U.S. sailing industry.

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