CHRIS-CRAFT APPOINTS JUSTIN SHORT AS REGIONAL SALES DIRECTOR

Justin Short

 

Oct 13, 2016

Sarasota, FL- September 29th, 2016 – Chris-Craft, America’s Boatbuilder Since 1874, is pleased to announce Justin Short has joined the team as Regional Sales Director. 

Justin found his way into the marine industry via SHOCO, a marine distribution & marketing business that his family owns and operates. Having spent the last 10 years with the Yamaha Marine Group, Justin comes to Chris-Craft with an extensive marine industry background in both sales and operations management.  At Yamaha, Justin served as a District Manager in the Mid-Atlantic for many years and was most recently the Supervisor of Operations and Supply Chain Management.

 

“We are excited to have Justin join our team as a Regional Sales Director. Justin has been in boating his entire life, and we welcome his knowledge of retail, wholesale, and the supply chain. We believe Justin’s talents will help Chris-Craft nurture our Southern and Western region’s dealer network – effectively enhancing our customer’s boating experience” said Gavan Hunt, Vice President of Sales at Chris-Craft. 

 

Justin and his family will reside in the Sarasota, FL area.

 

Chris-Craft, America’s Boatbuilder Since 1874, leads the industry in craftsmanship and quality which represents the company’s enduring devotion to its proud past. A privately held company, Chris-Craft is headquartered in Sarasota, Florida and builds the following models for the 2017 Collection: The Capri, Carina, Corsair, Launch, Calypso, Catalina, and Commander; which range in length from 21 to 42 feet. For more information, visit: www.chriscraft.com.

 

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