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Brunswick Names Sea Ray President

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Brunswick Corp. announced in a statement that it named Keith Yunger president of Sea Ray.

Yunger has held several leadership roles with Brunswick, including president of Bayliner and, most recently, president of the Venture Group, which includes Bayliner, Heyday, Quicksilver and Uttern.

Sea Ray president Steve Langlais is taking an extended medical leave of absence.

“Steve has been a significant contributor to Brunswick, and we look forward to his recovery and return in a new capacity in the future,” Brunswick Boat Group president Aine Denari said in a statement. “Keith is very well-respected in the marine industry, and we are confident in his ability to lead one of the most iconic brands in recreational boating.”


Yunger will retain his responsibilities with the Venture Group until a replacement is named.



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