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FYBA names new executive director

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The board of directors of the Florida Yacht Brokers Association (FYBA) has named Cynthia Sailor executive director of the association. Her appointment became effective April 1.

Sailor joins FYBA from Power & Motoryacht magazine where she was associate publisher. The magazine is owned by Active Interest Media’s (AIM), which also owns Show Management, organizers of South Florida’s in-water boat shows. FYBA owns the Yacht & Brokerage Show in Miami Beach.

Her goals include adding new memberships beyond the core area of South Florida’s Broward County and new services for existing members.

 

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