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Denison Yachting has hired Keara Bell as events manager and Laura Botu as lead graphic designer.

According to the company, Bell will oversee all Denison-related events, including boat shows, rendezvous events and open houses, and will forge new relationships with key partners. Botu will handle company branding and graphics to strengthen the company’s marketing efforts.

In addition, Denison has a new office in Bradenton, Florida, at Twin Dolphin Marina. The new site – which includes newer, larger slips, a pool and a restaurant – will anchor the company’s sales initiatives along Florida’s west coast, stated Ben Farnborough, Denison’s director of marketing.

Rooted in Fort Lauderdale, Denison provides yachting services worldwide, from sales and charters to crew placement and new construction, at 22 waterfront offices from coast to coast in the U.S.

For more information, visit denisonyachtsales.com.

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