Archive for March, 2012

Changes & Additions

March 7, 2012

Knot 10 Yacht Sales is proud to announce a few key personal changes and additions as we continue to grow to meet demand.

In Florida Knot 10 is thrilled to have Mark Armstrong leading the way as our newly appointed Managing Broker. Mark brings years of experience having been involved in several large boat builds, international business development, as well as the day to day activities brokerage demands. “We cannot have a better person running our operations in Florida” says Knot 10 President Marc Benvenuto, “Mark has been with us for a while and will be able to integrate our culture, customer service demands, and unique approach not only to our sales team but directly to the customers who have made us what we are. It’s those customers recognizing our key differences that fuel our growth and nobody understands this better then Mark Armstrong”.

In the Mid-Atlantic Knot 10 has recently added Todd Wittman to the sales team and Todd will be working from our Kent Island office. Drawing on years of experience in the marine industry Todd brings the background and attention to detail customers will immediately pick up on. “For us finding and hiring the best people will continue to be my top priority” says General Manager Gary Bouthillette, “Todd represents one of the finest and his experience selling Tiara, Silverton, Cruisers Yachts, as well as smaller fishing boats will be a perfect background to serve our varied buyers and sellers for years to come. Having Todd join our team is exciting and really strengthens our brand in the Mid-Atlantic”.

In New England Mark Mukon joins Knot 10 as our 2nd season in this market is going to be a busy one. “Rich Feinen has done an exceptional job as our lead Broker in this market” says Benvenuto “and has grown to the point where adding Mark and hopefully other exceptional talent will assure us of meeting the demands this market is showing Knot 10”. Mark has been involved in almost every facet of the boat industry from builds, to engineering to sales and that experience will be obvious to any customers he interacts with.

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