MarineMax, Inc. has announced the company’s board of directors has promoted Brett McGill to president and chief operating officer, effective Oct. 1.
McGill has served as MarineMax’s chief operating officer since Oct. 1, 2016, after serving as executive vice president operations since October 2015 and executive vice president of west operations since May 2012.
Prior to those roles, McGill served as one of the company’s regional presidents from May 2006 to 2012. McGill launched his career with MarineMax in 1998 and held positions which included director of information services, as well as vice president of information technology, service and parts.
“Brett McGill’s promotion to president and chief operating officer is in recognition of his contributions that have made MarineMax the industry leader that it is today,” said Joe Watters, board member and nomination and corporate governance committee chairman. “Brett’s passion for the industry, his specific skillsets and his ability to build successful teams have been evident throughout his career.”
Watters said McGill has a close relationship with MarineMax customers and has done an outstanding job overseeing the management of stores and operations.
“Brett’s information technology roots have assisted the company to stay on the leading edge in an ever-evolving digital world. As a board, we are confident his experience, leadership skills and knowledge will serve MarineMax well as he assumes his increased responsibilities as president.”