T-H Marine Supplies adds marketing director

T-H Marine Supplies said Jimmy Mason joined the company as director of marketing.
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Jimmy Mason was named marketing director for T-H Marine.

Jimmy Mason was named marketing director for T-H Marine.

T-H Marine Supplies said Jimmy Mason joined the company as director of marketing.

The Alabama company said Mason will manage all aspects of marketing, including advertising, marketing materials, promotions, website, social media, tournament sponsorships and professional angler sponsorships.

“We are extremely excited to have Jimmy join our team,” T-H Marine president and CEO Jeff Huntley in a statement. “This guy is a true angler and boater, and one heck of a promoter. Jimmy has been a professional fisherman, fishing guide and industry promoter for over 25 years. He has earned the respect of all of the media outlets and professionals. We are glad that we can put that experience behind the growing brands of T-H Marine.”

“I am excited to join the team at T-H Marine,” Mason said. “I have worked with them over the past several years as an angler and have got to know a lot of the team. I always respected their innovations and teamwork. I look forward to working to increase the exposure and sales of all our brands and products.”

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