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Seakeeper names VP of sales and marketing

Seakeeper promoted Andrew Semprevivo to vice president of sales and marketing.


He had been director of global sales for the recreational sector at the Maryland-based maker of gyro stabilization systems.

"Not only is Andrew the leader of our sales force, recruiting, mentoring and organizing our sales personnel, but he also successfully guides our marketing, manages PR and media efforts and is a driving force behind our overall Seakeeper presence," company co-founder and CEO Shep McKenney said in a statement. "Andrew has consistently taken his role and responsibilities at Seakeeper to the next level."

Semprevivo joined Seakeeper in 2008 as international inside sales manager with extensive global marine industry experience.

"Seakeeper has helped push the entire industry forward by providing owners, guests and crew a more enjoyable experience on the water," he said. “Seakeeper will be introducing a full, new lineup that will extend our product offering to boats 30 to 220 feet, opening a whole new market for us. I am excited to take on this role at a time of such opportunity."



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