Tony Brejwo


Hubbell Marine knows the value of taking the time and effort to build great products. The same approach is taken when creating its workforce. The company recently promoted Tony Brejwo to marine marketing manager.

Brejwo started his career at Hubbell in August 2000 in the customer service department. Now, 14 years later he has grown into the role of marine marketing manager where he works alongside the director of marine and Wirecon marketing and sales, Joe DiMaria. Together, they develop new products.


“Tony is a key part of our team and continually proves this. His product knowledge and customer relationships are invaluable,” said DiMaria. “This promotion is just one step forward in the long career he should have at Hubbell.”


Brewjo regularly attends national boat shows, such as the International BoatBuilders’ Exhibition & Conference (IBEX), Marine Equipment Trade Show (METS) and the Miami International Boat Show, as well as various distributor events around the country. He also is a point of contact for OEM and distributor customers, regarding delivery issues, pricing and contract updates.


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