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Vacuum-mounted boating and fishing and accessories manufacturer SeaSucker has hired Tamás Nagy to fill a newly-created marine sales manager position.

Vacuum-mounted boating and fishing and accessories manufacturer SeaSucker has hired Tamás Nagy to fill a newly-created marine sales manager position.

SeaSucker LLC president and COO Genevieve Casagrande has named Tamás Nagy as marine sales manager, a newly-created position in the company

Nagy most recently held the position of sales manager for Pro-Pre Yogurt and sales executive at Movilfirst, both based in Budapest. He has a degree in hotel, motel and restaurant management from the University of Szolnok.

In his new role, Nagy will focus solely on marine sales. SeaSucker also markets vacuum-mounted bicycle racks.

"We place an emphasis on our unique corporate culture that fosters innovation and happy, engaged employees," said Casagrande in a statement. "Tamás has a strong sales background and is a perfect addition to our SeaSucker team."

Chaparral, Robalo and Vortex Boats have named Tim Walters as Western regional sales director

Walters, who resides in Canyon Lake, Calif., worked as a ski and wakeboard instructor, a captain and advocate for safe boating education at schools including Mission Bay Aquatic Center, while earning his degree in business administration.

Other career highlights include territory and inside sales at Liquid Force Board Company, and retail sales professional most recently at Boulder Boats.

Walters’ sales territory will include Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, New Mexico, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, Washington and Wyoming in the U.S., as well as parts of western Canada, according to the company.

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