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Pundt exits Hargrave, joins Denison

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Herman Pundt has taken a position with Denison Yachts, after a successful 10 year career at Hargrave Custom Yachts. Both brokerages are based in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

“I will be helping in a management position as well as with sales and charter,” Pundt said. “This is hard, Hargrave is my family. But it’s a new challenge, time to change things up.”
At a farewell party, Hargrave CEO Michael Joyce called Pundt the ultimate team player. He said that Pundt was active in every phase of the Hargrave organization, from sales and service to charter and marketing, and could play every position on the Hargrave team.

Herman Pundt (left) with Hargrave president Michael DiCondina.

“Everyone in our company wishes Herman success in his new assignment. We have great respect for Bob Denison and his team at Denison Yacht Sales and know that Herman will prove to be a valuable addition to their organization,” Joyce said.

Pundt can be contacted at Denison Yacht Sales in Dania Beach, cell 252-241-8171, office 954-763-3971, sales@denisonyachtsales.com.

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