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DeAngelo Marine Exhaust, a marine diesel exhaust systems manufacturer in Fort Lauderdale, welcomed Keenan Maines to the sales team early this year. Keenan brings more than 30 years of experience in the marine industry, including his career start as a certified welder and fabricator of marine exhaust systems. During that time, Maines helped build more than 50 turbine-powered off-shore race boats, some for the Miss Geico Racing Team.

Keenan Maines on the docks at the Newport Charter Show in June. Photo by Dorie Cox

“In addition to Keenan being talented and passionate as a salesman for marine diesel exhaust systems, he is also a creative metal artist,” said Mike Prado, vice president of business development for DeAngelo Marine Exhaust. “He has his own metal hobby shop where he designs and creates his own metal art pieces. He has a passion for what he does with metal, and DeAngelo Marine Exhaust is excited to have him join our sales force.”

For more information, contact Maines at 954-763-3005 or email Kmaines@DeangeloMarine.com.

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