MCCully Global Chief Marketing Officer for Navico

Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Navico, provider of recreational and coastal commercial marine electronics, announced the appointment of Mark McCully as its new Global Chief Marketing Officer. McCully will direct all high-level brand identity and marketing activities for the B&G, Eagle, Lowrance, Northstar and Simrad brands throughout the world, with a targeted goal of expanding the company’s brand presence and positioning.

Bringing more than 25 years of marine and consumer electronics marketing experience and over 15 years of senior marketing executive experience to the position, McCully joins Navico after spending five years operating a strategic marketing and tactical execution consulting firm, Intellectual Marketing Capital. His marketing record also includes seven years as Vice President of Global Consumer Marketing for Philips Consumer Electronics as well as holding senior marketing positions with The Coca-Cola Company, Hayes Computer Products and Lippi/Morris International/BK&T, working on P&G brands. McCully has a Bachelor of Science degree in marketing and Minor in Advertising from The Pennsylvania State University. He is an active member of the American Marketing Association, Direct Marketing Association, and Public Relations Society.

(www.navico.com)

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