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World Cat hires new regional sales rep

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World Cat has hired Chris Lufkin to be the company’s Northeast Regional Sales Representative. A statement said that Lufkin has 30 years of marine experience that began while working with his father, Peter Lufkin of Winner Boats. For the past 20 years, Lufkin has worked in sales and sales management in the boating industry. He worked for another ten years outside the boating industry.

“Chris brings a vast amount of experience to the table for us, and we see this as an incredible opportunity not only to better service our current outstanding dealers in the Northeast, but to continue to grow our presence and market share in this area of the country,” said Wyatt Lane, director of sales and marketing for World Cat in the statement. 

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