Scout Boats announces personnel moves

Scout Boats recently hired four people at its South Carolina-based headquarters.

Scout Boats recently hired four people at its South Carolina-based headquarters — Plant B manager, production engineer, sales coordinator and warranty/customer service coordinator.

“With demand for our models increasing at an incredible rate year after year, we wanted to fill positions at the plant with the appropriate talent,” Scout executive vice president Dave Wallace said in a statement. “We actually have more employees now than we did pre-recession, all working together to meet our demand. These four new hires fit in perfectly with our culture here and are tremendous assets for our brand.”

Matt Moore was named the company’s Plant B manager. Moore oversees the production of all Scout models ranging from 27 to 35 feet. Duties include scheduling, personnel management and streamlining the production process. He has a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from Clemson University and a bachelor’s degree in physics from the University of the South at Sewanee.

Matt Moore headshot

Dustin Tupper was appointed Scout’s new production engineer. Tupper’s responsibilities include improving and standardizing production processes, streamlining custom orders and commercializing new models and parts from the research and development department. He has a bachelor’s degree in science from Clemson University.

Dustin Tupper headshot

Tara Harper is the company’s new sales coordinator. Harper handles dealer orders, production schedules and shipping logistics and works closely with the territory sales representatives on all custom orders. She has a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Liberty University.

Tara Harper headshot

Jordan Keels now handles warranty and customer service. Keels oversees all warranty claims, works with customers and vendors on claims and provides customer service to Scout customers. He has a business management degree from Charleston Southern University.

Jordan Keels - headshot


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