Workboat Division Of MonArk Boat Changes Name To SeaArk Marine— Key Personnel Changes Announced

Zach McClendon Jr., founder and chairman of MonArk Boat Company in Monticello, Ark., recently announced that the Workboat Division of MonArk has changed its name to SeaArk Marine, Inc.

MonArk Boat Company sold its Recreational Boat Division to the Brunswick Corporation, which also acquired the trade name MonArk, Mr. McClendon said. The Workboat Division was not a part of the Brunswick transaction.

"We will continue to sell and manufacture high equality midrange workboats from 20 to 60 feet in length to our commercial, government and industrial customers throughout the world. The only change will be the name on the side, SeaArk," Mr. McClendon said.

The company also announced the appointment of a new president and promotion of two other longtime employees.

Robert L. Trammel of Little Rock, a certified public accountant, has been named president of SeaArk; John H. Smith has been named vice president, sales and marketing of SeaArk and will be responsible for the sales and marketing of the standard boat product line and direct sales of custom vessels to domestic and foreign commercial and government accounts; and Willie Brennon has been promoted to vice president of manufacturing.

James G. Eoff, formerly vice president of finance with MonArk, will remain in the same position with SeaArk.

SeaArk will continue to manufacture workboats in the same Monticello, Ark., facility. For free literature giving full information on SeaArk Marine, Circle 40 on Reader Service Card

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