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Vetus-Maxwell names Southeast sales manager

Vetus-Maxwell Inc. said it has hired Bryan Kamerzel as Southeast sales manager.

The company said Kamerzel will handle OEM and aftermarket accounts in North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia and Florida.

“We’re very happy to welcome Bryan to our team and know he will make great contributions to our company in his region,” Chris DeBoy, vice president of sales and marketing, said in a statement.

Kamerzel has worked in the marine industry in a variety of capacities since his youth. Most recently he was at Zodiac Nautic as East Coast sales manager for three years.

Before that he was responsible for sales and technical support at Glendinning Marine Products. He has a bachelor’s degree in communications from Coastal Carolina University.

Originally from Rhode Island, Kamerzel is an avid coastal boater, fisherman and licensed 100-ton captain. He lives in Charleston, S.C., where he also will be based in this role.

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