Bryan Kamerzel Joins VETUS-Maxwell’s Sales Team

By: on: Aug 25, 2017

Bryan Kamerzel Joins VETUS-Maxwell’s Sales Team new employee

 

HANOVER, Md.—AUGUST 29, 2017—VETUS-Maxwell, Inc. announces the hire of Bryan Kamerzel as Sales Manager – Southeast.

 

In this role, Kamerzel will handle OEM and Aftermarket accounts in North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida. According to Chris DeBoy, VP of Sales and Marketing, “We’re very happy to welcome Bryan to our team, and know he will make great contributions to our company in his region.”

 

Kamerzel has worked in the marine industry in a variety of capacities since his youth. Most recently, he worked with Zodiac Nautic as East Coast Sales Manager for 3 years. Prior to that, he was responsible for sales and technical support at Glendinning Marine Products. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in communications from Coastal Carolina University.

 

Originally from Rhode Island, Kamerzel is an avid coastal boater, fisherman and licensed 100-ton Captain. He currently lives in Charleston, S.C., where he will also be based in this role.

 

VETUS-Maxwell’s Hanover, Md., office is responsible for sales and product support for the North, Central, and South American region of the world. This established crew is eager to answer technical questions and support our customer base. The hours of operation are 8:30AM – 5:00PM EST, and the phone number is 410-712-0740.

 

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About VETUS Maxwell 

VETUS Maxwell, Inc. is a wholly owned subsidiary of VETUS B.V in the Netherlands, a Yanmar company. Developing innovative systems for your boat is truly what VETUS is about. VETUS invents and develops systems consisting of a wide range of products to keep your boat in an excellent technical condition. For more than 50 years VETUS has been one of the world’s leading companies when it comes to innovative products for pleasure craft and small commercial vessels. Not for nothing is our catalogue regularly consulted by the engineers and designers from leading yacht builders and used as educational material in marine training establishments. www.vetus.com