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SWFL boat lift manufacturer adds three VPs to leadership team


  • By Mark Gordon
  • | 8:00 a.m. May 9, 2024
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Amber Clark, Devin Garrison and Don Lunardini were all recently promoted at Golden Manufacturing.
Amber Clark, Devin Garrison and Don Lunardini were all recently promoted at Golden Manufacturing.
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Fort Myers aluminum boat lifts and dock company Golden Manufacturing recently added three vice presidents to its staff.

The list includes: 

  • Amber Clark, named vice president of administration. Clark, according to a release, has been with Golden for more than 20 years, moving through bookkeeping, sales and design roles. In her new position, Clark will develop, implement and manage all administrative, insurance and HR policies and procedures, as well as overseeing DOT and legal issues.
  • Devin Garrison was named vice president of operations. Garrison started at the company nearly nine years ago, the release states, in a general labor position and “he has been promoted numerous times.” He will oversee processes, capacity planning and resource allocation and more at the company. 
  • Don Lunardini was named vice president of sales & marketing. Prior to joining Golden, Lunardini had numerous managerial roles within the tire business, including at Michelin, the release states. Lunardini will develop and implement new sales and marketing strategies at Golden, and also supervise its regional teams, coordinate public relations and provide input into product development.

"I'm excited by these three appointments and the dynamic team we've built," Golden Manufacturing President Bill Golden says in the release.. "We've positioned ourselves to be a forward-leaning company that will continue to innovate and radically redefine boat lifts and dock solutions for decades to come."

 

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Mark Gordon

Mark Gordon is the managing editor of the Business Observer. He has worked for the Business Observer since 2005. He previously worked for newspapers and magazines in upstate New York, suburban Philadelphia and Jacksonville.

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