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Dunbar now vice president

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Jason Dunbar has been named vice president at Luke Brown. Andrew Cilla, the firm’s president and sole stockholder since 1968 said Dunbar will assist in the management of the firm and will also gain an equity position.



Dunbar began in the marine industry in South Florida shortly after his graduation from college and has been a broker for Luke Brown Yachts for 19 years. He is a Certified Professional Yacht Broker, former board member for the Marine Industries Association of South Florida and the Florida Yacht Brokers Association.



A licensed USCG captain since 1994, Dunbar worked to create a sales tax cap of $18,000 in the Florida legislative tax code. He is a member of the American Society of Appraisers and has served as an expert witness and a court appointed appraiser.

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