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Bryant Boats names Robin Brendle vice president of sales and marketing

Robin Brendle has joined Bryant Boats as vice president of sales and marketing. He will head the company’s global sales and marketing efforts and build the brand in the family luxury and surf markets.

A marine-industry veteran with more than 20 years of experience, Brendle has previously been with Brunswick, Larson, Sea Ray and HCB. He has a master’s degree in industrial engineering and has held positions at the Oak Ridge national laboratory.

Bryant Boats president John Dorton (left) and vice president of sales and marketing

Bryant Boats president John Dorton (left) and vice president of sales and marketing

“Bryant is thrilled to have Robin on board,” John Dorton, Bryant Boats president, said in a statement. “I’ve known him for over 22 years and bringing his vast industry knowledge and expertise to our team is exciting.”

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