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Regal Names VP, North American Sales and Marketing

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Regal Boats said in a statement that it promoted Jake Kuck to vice president of North American sales and marketing.

As North American sales manager, Kuck grew the company’s market share, brought new dealerships into its network and achieved record sales in 2020. In 2019, he was recognized as one of the Boating Industry’s 40 under 40.

“Jake’s dedication and unwavering vision will ensure strategic continuity as we move forward and advance our long-term mission for company growth and exceptional customer satisfaction,” Regal president and CEO said in the statement.

“I’ve learned throughout my career, and firmly believe, that my success is credited to our amazing Regal team,” Jake Kuck said.

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