Navionics Makes Changes to Sales Team

Wednesday, September 12, 2007
Navionics announced two changes to its national sales management team. The company has hired Tshombe Moore as the new West Coast Regional Sales Manager and Terry Crockett, the former west coast manager, will relocate to become the Southeast Regional Sales Manager. Moore will support dealers, distributors and retail customers in California, Nevada, Oregon, Washington and British Columbia, while Crockett will service accounts in Florida and Georgia.

A seasoned sales professional with over twenty years of experience, Moore brings a knowledge of marine electronics and customer service skill to the team. Crockett is a twenty-year veteran in the marine industry and has been a strong member of the Navionics team for the last four years.

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