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Yamaha Marine Group announces personnel moves

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Yamaha Marine Group said it has hired two new employees in communications roles.

Melissa Boudoux has been named communications manager. She is a graduate of Berry College and has a bachelor’s degree in communications and public relations. She previously worked in human resources and communications at Deloitte, General Electric and, most recently, Americold.

Yamaha said it also added Jonathan Mehall, who joined the company in September as media relations coordinator. Mehall has a bachelor’s degree in communications from Holy Cross College. He spent two years at Hewlett Packard Enterprise, where he specialized in internal communications.

The company said Boudoux and Mehall will focus on internal and external communications and dealer education initiatives.


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