Prince Elected to the Marine Products

Thursday, April 30, 2009

Marine Products Corporation (NYSE:MPX) announced the expansion of the Board to 10 members and the election of Larry L. Prince, as a new Director of the company. Prince serves as the Chairman of the Executive Committee of the Board of Directors of Genuine Parts Company; Chairman of the Board from 1990 through February 2005 and Chief Executive Officer from 1989 through August 2004 of the Genuine Parts Company. Prince also serves as a director of Crawford & Company, and SunTrust Banks, Inc.

Marine Products is a manufacturer of fiberglass boats, including Chaparral pleasure boats and Robalo sport fishing boats.

(www.marineproductscorp.com)

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