James Engelder joins the brokerage firm of Curtis Stokes and Associates

Nov 13, 2012 by Guest Writer

Broker James Engelder has joined the brokerage firm of Curtis Stokes and Associates, based on the west coast of Florida. Engelder has been in the marine industry for 25 years, holds a 200-ton USCG master’s license, is a marine diesel technician, corporate captain, and the owner of Ultimate Marine Services Corp. in the Tampa Bay area.

Contact him at james@curtisstokes.net or at the St. Petersburg Boat Show Nov. 29-Dec. 1. For more information, visit www.curtisstokes.net.

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