YellowV Appoints Product Sales Manager

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Vetus has announced the appointment of Nick Tuinenburg as product sales manager for its new inflatable equipment brand, YellowV.

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Tuinenburg has served as product marketer for Vetus for five years, with a focus on marketing and product design. In his new role, he will be tasked with doubling the YellowV product lineup for the next model year.

YellowV offers a range of inflatable products, including SUPs, inflatable platforms and boats, plus associated accessories. The brand was launched last year.

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“The interest in SUPs and entry level watersport is at an all-time high, a trend demonstrated by our own stock levels and the numerous high-end competitors who are struggling for stock. I am therefore enthusiastic about helping to expand the YellowV range and to familiarize consumers with the brand,” said Tuinenburg in a statement. “We see huge potential in YellowV as the equipment offers outstanding features such as the ergonomics and price-to-quality ratio, plus our products have that little bit extra that can transform the experience on the water.” 

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