Land’N’Sea Has Announced Several Additions to its Sales Team

Drew Alford has been hired as Territory Representative for Southwestern Ontario. Most recently Drew was with Ports Cruising Guides covering Ontario, and has past experience in Marine Finance operations.

Sean Beamish has been appointed Territory Representative for Eastern Ontario. Sean has several years experience with Land’N’Sea as the territory representative for Southwestern Ontario, as well as being the former product manager for Mercruiser and Motorguide for Mercury Marine Canada.

Land’N’Sea announces plans to expand its Parts and Accessories Business in British Columbia.

As part of an ongoing effort to expand into more market areas across Canada, Land’N’Sea is expanding its existing warehouse in Burnaby, BC to allow space for additional inventory to provide local next day delivery service to the BC market. Currently the Burnaby warehouse serves Mercury Marine’s existing customer base. The expanded 46,000 sq.ft. facility will provide a full service offering of parts and accessories similar to the offering from its headquarters in Milton, ON to the BC market. Expected completion is the beginning of the 2nd Quarter of 2012.

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