NMRA Board


Oct 23, 2017

From left: Scott Kolodny, Clayton Smith, Neal Trombley and Keith LaMarr

The National Marine Representatives Association (NMRA) recently elected its officers and board of directors. The leadership group will govern the organization in 2017–2018.

Neal Trombley of Gulf Atlantic Marketing was elected NMRA president and Clayton Smith of Waters & David Co. is vice-president. Patrick Churchman of Midwest Outdoor Marketing is the new treasurer and Scott Kolodny of ComMar Sales is now secretary, after serving on the organization’s board of directors. Keith LaMarr of Macaroni Marketing is the current past president.

Craig Cochran of GSW & Associates, Mark Goodman of SGL Sales & Marketing and Keith Nixon of Nixon Marine Global are new to the NMRA board of directors. They are joined by current members Ivan Cross of The Merifield Company, Aaron Freeman of Wickes Marine and Paul Rieger Jr. of William F. Miller & Associates.

Founded in 1960, the NMRA serves independent marine sales representatives and the manufacturers who sell through reps. It functions as an industry voice, networking tool and information source. Active in the marine industry, it annually awards one or more scholarships to students pursuing education in the maritime trades.

Contact National Marine Representatives Association 847-662-3167


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