Confluence Restructures Sales Team

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Easley, SC, July 30, 2007- Confluence Watersports announces the
restructuring of its sales organization. The new structure features
four regional sales managers who will be responsible for the sales
representatives and sales activities in their respective territory and
will report to Kelley Woolsey, EVP Marketing and Sales. Additionally,
Patrick FitzGerald will shift back to handling international sales as VP
International Sales and Marketing.

“With this new structure Confluence will be able to better serve its
dealers and be more efficient in mobilizing its sales team,” said Tom
Nathanson, Confluence Watersports acting CEO.

Under the reorganization, New England Principle Sales Representative
Mike MacDonald will take on the responsibility of regional sales
management for the entire east coast ranging from Maine to Florida.
Greg Larson and David Larson will continue to manage the Eastern Great
Lakes and Western Great Lakes regions respectively, and Joel McBride
will assume responsibility for the territory west of the Rockies.
Previously, Confluence’s sales organization was divided into eight
territories.

FitzGerald was promoted to VP Sales in November of last year and with
the restructuring, is moving back to handling international sales as
well as marketing. While FitzGerald spent 13 of his 14 years with
Confluence handling international sales, he did not have marketing
responsibilities.

As a result of FitzGerald’s move back into international sales, Tony
Turner, who had been handling international sales since November, will
transition to a domestic sales representative position in the Eastern
US.

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