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Grady-White announces managerial changes

Grady-White Boats president Kris Carroll announced changes in the company's executive team.

Shelley Tubaugh was named vice president of marketing and now adds responsibilities for media and all integrated communications to existing duties in market research and customer relations.

Vice president of sales Joey Weller will center his energies on the sales support team for the Grady-White dealer network, including external network development plans and programs, as well as internal sales support systems.

Tubaugh and Weller have been with Grady-White since 1988 and have extensive experience within the organization.

"Both of these individuals have added great value to our team over the years and are quite capable of executing their roles in an exceptional manner,” Carroll said in a statement. “Dedicating their respective resources allows us to really fine-tune our relationships with our dealers and our customers and stay on top of the changes in the market. We want to ensure we are continually understanding and exceeding our customers' expectations."

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