Navico adds account manager

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Navico said it added Chris Meyer to its volume boatbuilder and OEM sales team.

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In his new role as key account manager, Meyer is responsible for managing OEM sales and growing current and prospective boatbuilder accounts for the Lowrance, Simrad and B&G brands.

A longtime member of the Lowrance Pro-Staff team and Product Validation group, Meyer has extensive experience supporting dealers, boatbuilders and distributors in training, product seminars and technical support, the company said.

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