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Capt. Herb Ressing has been appointed director of business development at New River Yacht Sales and Trawler Center at New River Marina in Ft. Lauderdale. Currently he is a member of the Ft. Lauderdale Marine Advisory Board and the Marina Mile Assoc.

“We plan to implement a free dockage and discount haul-out and repairs program for new listings,” he said. “We are actively recruiting brokers with customer service backgrounds who value the benefits of these new client services.”

In addition he will begin to reach out to organizations such as the American Great Loop Cruisers Assoc. and trawler manufacturers to promote the New River Marina and Ft. Lauderdale as a destination for cruiser gatherings.

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