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MarineMax Wrightsville Beach Names McCarley Service Manager

By Staff Reports, posted Jan 18, 2022
Jim McCarley
MarineMax Wrightsville Beach recently announced the arrival of James “Jim” McCarley as its new service manager. 
McCarley is a Wilmington native who brings a wealth of knowledge and a passion for the boating lifestyle to his role, according to a news release.

He first entered the boating industry in 1994 with Hatteras Yachts in New Bern. He had the opportunity to work with Scout Boats as the director of manufacturing, later followed by a project manager position with Jarret Bay Boatworks in Beaufort. 

Cary Smart, MarineMax Wrightsville Beach general manager, stated in the release, “Rarely does it happen when one is able to find someone who’s both highly qualified and a terrific fit right in their own backyard. We are lucky to have connected.” 
MarineMax Wrightsville Beach is located at 130 Short St. in Wrightsville Beach.
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