Huntsville, AL – June 15, 2022 – T-H Marine Supplies, LLC, of Huntsville, Alabama, a division of OneWater Marine (ONEW), is announcing that Tom MacDonald has joined the company as Aftermarket Sales Manager. In this role, Tom will work to expand the company’s reach across outdoor industry networks, continue the company’s efforts to cultivate distribution and retail relationships, and secure competitive advantages for T-H Marine’s expanding selection of outdoor products.
“Tom’s a very accomplished sales and portfolio manager and we’re undoubtedly fortunate to have him joining our team,” T-H Marine CEO, Jeff Huntley said. “After his decades of service within the marine and RV industries, we know Tom will bring a valuable perspective and an organized approach to advancing on our aftermarket goals.”
Prior to joining T-H Marine, Tom managed a team of 18 nationwide sales representatives serving a large and diverse marine and industrial account base. He was also a lead developer of SOPs for OEMs like Regal and National Accounts like Camping World.
Aside from bringing over 20 years of experience with marine industry trends, competition, and products, Tom also brings over 30 years of experience in customer retention and quality control, and he’s been an active member of the National Marine Distributors Association and the National Marine Manufacturers Association. When he’s not working or boating, he’s often cruising adjacent to the shoreline, representing the Southern California Woodie Club.
“It’s definitely an exciting time to be part of T-H Marine,” Tom said. “They have an impressive team that I’ve gotten acquainted with during industry events over the years and they’ve always had an impressive selection of products to offer. That’s even more the case today and I’m excited to be working with them even more.”
Known as a trusted manufacturer of fishing and boating products that can outfit a boat from TRANSOM TO TROLLING MOTOR®, T-H Marine has product lines that are available in retail stores across the globe. To see the full line, including a growing assortment of products for kayaks, pontoons, pleasurecraft, and just about any boat, be sure to visit thmarine.com/products.
For tips about T-H Marine products, company news, and information about joining T-H Marine’s retail network, visit thmarine.com/RetailResources and follow T-H Marine Supplies (@thmarineteam) on social media.
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About T-H Marine
With nearly 50 years in business, T-H Marine has grown to be one of the largest manufacturers of boating and fishing accessories in the United States. T-H Marine is based in Huntsville, Alabama, where it provides parts to virtually every boat manufacturer in the country and distributes them through virtually every major distributor and retailer of boating and fishing products.
T-H Marine products include jack plates, outboard tilt and trim controls, rigging components, boat plumbing, hatches, LED lights, livewell aeration, and more. The line-up also includes an expanding selection of products that are part of T-H Marine’s BOATING ESSENTIALS® collection: a must-see, one stop shop for a multitude of the most widely used marine products on all kinds of boats. To learn more about T-H Marine, please visit thmarine.com/about-us.
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For More Information About Tom MacDonald, T-H Marine’s Team, and Their Growing Outdoor Product Catalog
For additional information about T-H Marine’s growing team and history of supplying innovative marine products, please visit us at thmarine.com/THMarineTeam. Media outlets are also welcome to use the contact information provided below.
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For all customer service-related matters, please call (256) 772-0164 (Monday-Thursday 7am to 5pm CT) or visit us anytime at thmarine.com/help
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