Thrustmaster of Texas Announces Appointments

Tuesday, March 27, 2001
Owen Traylor has been named General Manager for Thrustmaster of Texas, Inc., a Houston-based manufacturer of marine propulsion systems. Traylor comes to Thrustmaster with over thirty-five (35) years of experience in the management of fabrication, machining and assembly of rotating equipment. He will be responsible for all operational functions including materials, manufacturing and field service. Amy Carrick has rejoined Thrustmaster of Texas, Inc. as Marketing Manager. Amy has extensive experience in a multitude of marketing functions, with the past 5 years related to the marine industry. Her responsibilities include all advertising, trade-show, promotional and customer/public relations.
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