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Cutwater Boats names regional sales manager

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Cutwater Boats appointed marine industry veteran Dan Sadler to the position of regional sales manager.

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Sadler has spent the last 35 years in the industry and has retail and wholesale experience.

He spent the last 19 years as a regional sales manager at Boston Whaler with a territory covering the western two-thirds of the United States and Canada.

Prior to his time at Boston Whaler, Sadler spent five years as a regional sales manager for US Marine/Bayliner. He also worked the retail side of the business at several marine dealerships in the Pacific Northwest.

“I’ve been on the water since I was a kid. I grew up in the Pacific Northwest boating, sport fishing and diving in the San Juan and Gulf Islands.” Sadler said in a statement. “I couldn’t be happier to be working for Cutwater Boats and the Livingston family. They spent their summers doing the same thing I did growing up … boating. They aren’t just selling great boats. They’re selling a lifestyle that they know and love.”

“Dan has always been an industry leader with a positive attitude,” Fluid Motion LLC president John Livingston said. “He knows this business from every angle and we couldn’t be happier to have him on board. His experience and personality will be a true asset to Cutwater Boats.”

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