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TransWorld Wakeboarding names account manager

TransWorld Wakeboarding magazine named Ben Greenwood as the new account manager for the brand.

Greenwood moves over from the editorial side of the magazine, where he was content editor. He will manage the sales accounts for the brand’s hard goods and lifestyle marketing partners.

Greenwood has been involved in the wakeboarding industry for more than 10 years. He began his career in 2002 as a professional wakeboarder. He later worked for Quiksilver as team manager.

Greenwood also is a judge on the professional wakeboard tour. He joined TransWorld Wakeboarding last year as content editor. The magazine is published by Bonnier Corp.

“His experience as an athlete, manager, marketer and writer will give him unique insight to create valuable marketing programs for our partners,” TransWorld Wakeboarding publisher Rhonda Mock said in a statement. “He is very well-respected and has great relationships with the people in the action-sports industry.”

“In my new role, I am looking forward to connecting our valued advertisers with our readers who, if they are anything like me, can’t wait until the next issue comes out,” Greenwood said in a statement.

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