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Bill Eastwood to lead Shakespeare Marine

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Bill Eastwood has been appointed business manager for South Carolina-based Shakespeare Marine Electronics’ product line of Jarden Applied Materials, a business unit of Newell Brands.

In his new role, Eastwood is responsible for the global sales and marketing of Shakespeare antennas and accessories. He also oversees the continued development of connectivity technology advancements such as Wi-Fi extenders and cellular amplifiers, aimed at keeping recreational and commercial mariners connected.

Eastwood comes to Shakespeare with over three decades of experience in marine electronics. He was the marine products sales manager at McMurdo Group, and held similar roles at OceanLED and Navionics.

Shakespeare offers high-performance antennas for navigation, communication and entertainment. For more information, visit www.shakespeare-ce.com/marine.

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