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Insetta Boatworks names sales director

The company said Coffey’s appointment is indicative of the major growth it has seen.
The Insetta 45 center console is shown.

The Insetta 45 center console is shown.

Insetta Boatworks hired Rob Coffey, who has more than 20 years of marine sales experience, as sales director.

The company said Coffey’s appointment is indicative of the major growth it has seen.

“Our truly innovative hull design and standards of build quality are starting to make great impacts in our market, and we’re seeing a significant growth in leads and sales,” Insetta Boatworks COO Bryan Folsom said in a statement.

“Bringing Mr. Coffey on board to help organize and drive sales efforts makes great sense at this time and we look forward to our company seeing significant growth under his sales leadership,” Folsom said.

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