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Yamaha Marine announces personnel move

Yamaha Marine Group said it appointed Connor Megan as regional marketing coordinator.

Yamaha Marine Group said it appointed Connor Megan as regional marketing coordinator for the group’s marine marketing department.

Megan will support tournament and pro staff manager David Ittner with the marketing department’s freshwater and saltwater tournament and sponsorship programs.

“We are excited to welcome Connor to the group,” Ittner said in a statement. “His lifelong background in fishing and boating is a natural fit for our team, and we look forward to him stepping right into his role in supporting our ambitious tournament schedule.”

Megan previously had a project coordination role at On The Water magazine, out of Falmouth, Mass. He graduated from Clemson University in May 2015 with a bachelor’s degree in business administration and PGA professional golf management.

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