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Harris promoted to general manager for Park Boat Company

Park Boat Company announced the promotion of Bryan Harris to general manager effective immediately. Harris will oversee the day-today business dealings of the Washington dealership.

“I’m excited to announce Bryan’s promotion,” said Austin Smithwick, Park Boat Company owner. “He is a competitive and dynamic individual with a history in the boating industry. Bryan has proven to be an invaluable resource to our team, and I look forward to seeing his skills shine as our general manager.”

Park Boat Company was founded in 1952 as a one-person boat and engine sales and service facility in Washington. With a full-time staff of over 15 marine professionals, the company is ranked as one of the top 100 boat dealers in North America.

“I have a passion for sales and development, and am excited about this new opportunity,” Harris said. “Our team is wonderful; they have a passion for boating and helping our customers get out on the water. I look forward to working with them and providing the level of customer service that Park Boat Company customers want and expect.”

Harris, who was born and raised in Greenville, joined Park Boat Company in 2007. Prior to his promotion, Harris served as sales manager, a position he will continue to hold along with general manager. Bryan and his wife, Richele, live in Greenville. He has three sons and enjoys fishing, hunting and, spending time on the water boating with his family.

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