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Zodiac Nautic North America announces personnel moves

Zodiac Nautic North America, a subsidiary of RIB manufacturer Zodiac Nautic, made two corporate appointments.

Zodiac Nautic North America, a subsidiary of RIB manufacturer Zodiac Nautic, made two corporate appointments.

Matthew Bolt was named the company’s director of sales for the United States and Canada. Bolt brings 15 years of inflatable boat experience and is responsible for the planning, execution and achievement of sales goals for his team. He also plays a management role not only in regard to the sales team, but also product and marketing.

Katie Callahan was named marketing coordinator at the South Carolina-based headquarters. Her responsibilities include creating and distributing marketing materials, maintaining all social media networks and assist in coordinating all press releases and conferences.

In addition to her marketing role, Callahan also remains the parts and accessories sales coordinator, which allows her to work directly with customers to assist them with purchases, order processing and shipping.

“We are excited about these positive changes for our company,” Zodiac Nautic North America president Gary Durnan said in a statement. ”Matthew and Katie’s passion for our business and how we go about doing it on a daily basis further adds to our overall mission of providing the best product and experience we can for our customers and our dealers alike. Zodiac Nautic North America plans to continue to meet the ever growing demand for RIB products produced in the USA with our solid staff, and these two are no exception.”

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