Suzuki Adds District Sales Managers

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Suzuki Marine USA named Rocky Youngwirth and Dean Corbisier district sales managers.

Youngwirth, who will be based in Nashville, Tenn., will oversee sales in Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi and Alabama. He previously was district business manager for Brunswick Corp.’s freshwater boat group, business development manager for Mercury Marine and assistant sales manager for Xpress Boats.

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Based in Southern California, Corbisier will manage sales in California, Oregon, Arizona, Nevada and Utah. He has been worked in advertising and public relations for Suzuki since 1988.

“We are very fortunate to have two industry veterans like Rocky and Dean to step into these important roles,” George Blakely, executive vice president of sales and service for Suzuki Marine, said in a statement.

Youngwirth and Corbisier will work with dealers and boatbuilders to grow sales and support business activities in their territories.

“I’m excited about this new challenge, and ready to apply my experience and understanding of the product line to help grow Suzuki sales in the marketplace,” Corbisier said.

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