Regal Boats expands executive team

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Regal Boats announced that it is expanding its executive team, with a new hire and two executive promotions.

Stephen Marshall joins Regal as the new marketing manager. Before coming to Regal, Marshall helped start SouthTown Watersports, a Skier’s Choice dealership in North Carolina and South Carolina. He will oversee outside marketing vendors and develop strategies to take Regal “to the next level.”

Mark Vahle, who has been with Regal for over 28 years, was appointed director of manufacturing. Vahle started on the Commodore 320 line and has served in all areas of manufacturing. He will serve the company’s Orlando, Florida, location.

Paul Kuck has been named director of marketing. Kuck has worked in various areas of the company, overseeing the marketing team and serving as product manager for models in the 19- to 32-foot range. He has led Regal’s marketing efforts to win several awards over the past year, including Best Leisure Website from the Web Marketing Association and Best Boat Show Display at the Miami International Boat Show.

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