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Argos Nautic hires sales, marketing manager


Patrick Sullivan has joined Argos Nautic, the Miami-based manufacturer of semi-custom luxury RIB tenders and day boats, to lead sales and marketing, according to company CEO Ignacio Vadillo.

Most recently, Sullivan was senior executive sales representative and manager for Apax Partners Boats Group, formerly Dominion Marine Media. Prior, he worked for Active Interest Media and CurtCo Media Labs, publisher of the Robb Report.

“Patrick approached the boatbuilding business from a unique angle,” Vadillo said. “He has a fresh perspective, and understands the nuances of marketing and selling luxury goods. We’re excited to have him as part of our team.”

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