Sail America elects new 2017 board members

Sail America elected three new members to its 2017 board of directors.
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Sail America, the trade association for the U.S. sailing industry, elected three new members to its 2017 board of directors.

They are Kevin Carlan, of Mastry Engine Center; Josie Tucci, of The Moorings; and Peter Trogdon, of Weems & Plath.

Sail America said the new directors will join the newly elected board president, Jim Abel, of West Marine.

They also will join current board members Jeff Johnstone, of J Boats, as board treasurer/secretary; Erin Schanen (vice chairwoman), of Sailing Magazine; Mark Pillsbury (vice chairman), of Cruising World; Bob Ross (vice chairman), of Sail Northwest; Scot West (past president), of Ronstan; Kevin Murphy, of the National Marine Manufacturers Association; Jack Gierhart, of US Sailing; Chris Doscher, of Beneteau USA; Reagan Haynes, of Soundings Trade Only; Lou Sandoval, of Karma Yacht Sales; and Kimo Worthington, of North Sails.

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