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Lauderdale Marine Center has appointed Colin Kiley as executive vice president and Jeff Partin as director of business development.

Kiley brings more than 30 years of experience in the marine industry to his position at LMC, where he will manage all aspects of the customer experience including sales, business development, marketing, guest services and contractor relations, according to a company statement. He most recently served as president of Nautical Structures Industries.

Colin Kiley

Prior to that, he served with LMC President and CEO Doug West as vice president of sales and marketing and chief supply chain management officer at Rybovich Boat Co. He studied mechanical engineering at Tulane University and project management at Nova Southeastern University.

Jeff Partin

Partin brings 28 years of marine industry experience to his position at LMC, where he is responsible for seeking out new business opportunities, negotiating and maintaining business relationships, and working with the sales team to increase market share and improve customer experience and retention.

His industry experience includes being a captain and project manager, and 15 years in brokerage, most recently with Superyacht Sales and Charter. He serves on the board of directors of the International Yacht Brokers Association and is chairman of the IYBA Ethics Committee, annual golf tournament, and east and west coast sales summits.

LMC is a 65-acre facility with a boatyard. marina and marine service center. For more information, visit LauderdaleMarineCenter.com.

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