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Lauderdale Marine Center appoints Whitehouse as business director and Alejandro as controller

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Lauderdale Marine Center (LMC) appointed George Whitehouse as director of business development and William Alejandro as controller according to a press release today.

Whitehouse is responsible for developing and executing comprehensive and targeted business

development practices and strategic marketing plans including defining target customers and developing sales strategies.

Whitehouse recently served as director of business development with MTN Satellite Communications in Miramar, Fla. and as vice president of business development and sales for Rybovich in West Palm Beach, Fla. He worked as captain of multiple yachts including the 230-foot Oceanfast M/Y Floridian and has managed yacht builds and refits and marina and harbor construction projects.

Whitehouse holds both USCG 1600 and MCA 3000 ton licenses and is a graduate of State University College at Cortland, New York.

William Alejandro has been appointed as controller. He previously served as chief financial officer of Amzak Capital Management of Boca Raton and Brightstar Corporation of Miami.

“George and William are respected professionals in their fields and bring with them the knowledge of our customers and their expectations which will help us mold the organization for the future,” said Doug West, president of LMC, in the press release. “Both have great reputations and we look forward to the contributions they will bring to LMC.”

George Whitehouse

George Whitehouse

William Alejandro

William Alejandro

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