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Sail magazine announces personnel move

Sail magazine said it promoted Blake Chasse to Mid-Atlantic and Western advertising sales manager.

Sail magazine said it promoted Blake Chasse to Mid-Atlantic and Western advertising sales manager.

Chasse will sell advertising for Sail, Multihull Sailor and New Boats & Gear. She replaces Amy Krimm, who held the position since 2008 and is leaving to pursue an opportunity in the marine finance industry.

Chasse joined Sail in 2013 and has managed the Marketplace advertising section for four years. She also handles New England sales and marketplace advertising for Power & Motoryacht magazine.

Sail, New Boats & Gear, Multihull Sailor and Soundings Trade Only are owned by Active Interest Media.



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