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Four Winns and Scarab Jet have new sales VP

Andy Lindsay was promoted to vice president of sales for Four Winns and Scarab Jet for the Americas.
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Andy Lindsay was promoted to vice president of sales for Four Winns and Scarab Jet for the Americas.

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Lindsay will be based in Cadillac, Mich., where both brands share a headquarters.

Part of Groupe Beneteau, Four Winns and Scarab Jet are fiberglass boat brands and have a rich history in the recreational marine industry. Lindsay has participated in Four Winns’ growth since 1990, when he joined the company as a regional sales manager.

The company said Lindsay has since held positions of increased responsibility and leadership, most recently serving as national sales manager for the United States and Canada for Four Winns, Scarab Jet, Glastron and Wellcraft.

Throughout his career, Lindsay has been involved in all facets of the boatbuilding business having strategic input to sales, marketing and product development. The company said he has been directly involved with all regions throughout the United States and Canada, and he has in-depth knowledge of the needs and concerns of dealers across North America.

Kenda Kennard was promoted to regional sales manager for Four Winns and Scarab Jet for the Northeast. The company said Kennard has worked with dealers throughout North America and has extensive knowledge of the Four Winns and Scarab Jet dealer network.

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