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Regulator Marine announces personnel moves

Regulator Marine named Drew Halford as Mid-Atlantic dealer representative and Randy Stokes as supply chain operations manager.

Regulator Marine named Drew Halford as Mid-Atlantic dealer representative and Randy Stokes as supply chain operations manager at the company’s headquarters in Edenton, N.C.

As Mid-Atlantic dealer representative, Halford will apply experience gained from time spent working at Malibu Boats in sales, new dealer prospecting and territory management and development.

On the factory floor, Stokes will bring expertise gained from an international career in supply chain management at companies such as IBM and Lenovo International.

“We are excited to continue growing our team as we expand our dealer network and product line,” Regulator Marine president Joan Maxwell said in a statement. “Both Drew and Randy have proven track records in their areas of expertise and show a true dedication to details, quality and performance.”

Halford and Stokes are joining Regulator in time for the company’s annual Regulator Marine University this month. Dealers and representatives will come together for seminars, training sessions and a deep dive into the 2017 line.

Regulator also will showcase its 2017 fleet at upcoming shows, including the Nov. 3-7 Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show.

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