Grady-White names new dealer/customer relations manager

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Todd Leggett has been with Grady-White since 1994.

Todd Leggett has been with Grady-White since 1994.

Grady-White Boats has promoted Todd Leggett to dealer/customer relations manager. Leggett has been with the builder since 1994 and was previously the customer relations and sales administration technical supervisor. In addition to his role in customer relations, he will continue to lead the internal sales administration team.

“Todd has contributed to Grady-White’s award-winning customer satisfaction, exceptional dealership relationships and quality craftsmanship during his 24 years here,” Joey Weller, vice president of sales, said in a statement. “Beginning as a hands-on craftsman in production, then moving into the engineering team, helping create our products from the ground up, Todd has learned, grown and added value to Grady-White throughout his career. These experiences have prepared Todd well for this even higher level of responsibility.”

“I enjoy working closely with our dealers,” Leggett said. “Together we give Grady-White owners a better boating experience than they would have with any other brand.”

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