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      MarineMax Announces Appointment of Mercedes Romero to Board of Directors
      MarineMax, Inc. (NYSE: HZO), the worlds largest recreational boat and yacht retailer, today announced that Mercedes Romero has been appointed to its Board of Directors effective October 1, 2022.Mercedes Romero is the Global Chief Procurement Officer at Primo Water (Nasdaq: PRMW). She brings over 25 years of diverse experience across industries such as Consumer Packaged Goods (Procter Gamble, Clorox), Spirits (Diageo, Campari), Pharmaceutical (Teva), Retail (Starbucks), and Transportation (Ryder)...
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    1. Lizanne has the strong governance background we were seeking, with over 30 years of experience providing her expertise to top tier companies like Procter & Gamble and Starwood Hotels and Resorts, We welcome her to the PLKI board and look forward to her contributions.
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    2. From the outside, Procter & Gamble is an all-star board but it's hard to know what the dynamics will be in a crisis situation, Corporate Governance Matters.
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    3. Everyone should be interested in having women on boards because boards are making decisions about us. Whether it's a bank thinking about life insurance or Procter & Gamble making decisions about tampons, I want someone who has thought about my needs.
      In Hong Kong Companies Slow To Add Women Directors To Their Boards – Why It Makes Good Business Sense To Do So