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Yamaha Names Marketing Division Manager


Susan Camp was appointed marketing division manager with Yamaha’s U.S. marine business, the company said in a statement yesterday.

Camp previously was manager of trade shows and events for the marine marketing division. She has been with the company for six years.

“Susan’s in-depth knowledge and years of experience within the Yamaha Marine marketing department will serve as assets as we work to maximize synergies and strengths across the organization,” said Ben Speciale, president of the Yamaha U.S. marine business unit.

Camp will oversee advertising, events, tournaments and sponsorships, Yamaha pro staff and dealer education. She succeeds Dale Barnes, who retired last month.



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