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Employment History

Communications Director

Vessel Assist


Marketing Director

Vessel Assist


Director

VESSEL ASSIST Environmental Foundation


Marketing and Sales Director

Vessel Assist Association of America


Marketing and Sales Director

Vessel Assist Association of America , the Boat Owner's Auto Club.


Marketing and Sales Director

Boat


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SoundingsOnline

www.soundingsonline.com [cached]

"It puts more of the onus on the boater," says Brad Haney, Vessel Assist's communications director.In its suit, Vessel Assist claims the new contract could discourage BoatU.S. towers from responding to boaters who don't have BoatU.S. towing coverage. The U.S. District Court cleared the way for the contract to take effect with its Jan. 14 dismissal of Vessel Assist's claims, finding no evidence of wrongdoing on the part of BoatU.S. BoatU.S., which has about 500,000 members, says no group is more concerned about boater safety than it is. Haney says Vessel Assist is pushing the other major towers to join together in an "auto club model" in which the tower closest to the vessel in distress, regardless of affiliation, gets the job.By "sharing" boats, Haney says, Vessel Assist could grow on the East Coast, and BoatU.S. and SeaTow could expand on the West Coast, where Vessel Assist has 60 to 70 boats. Vessel Assist expects the number of East Coast members to grow with the West Marine deal.Vessel Assist has about 32,000 members, the vast majority on the West Coast.However, Vessel Assist has 18 towers in the Chesapeake Bay region and seven in Miami. As new customers sign up, Vessel Assist will try to reach agreements with existing towers in the area or add new ones, according to Haney."One way or another we'll have a boat to tow our members," he says. Each of BoatU.S.'s 500,000 members gets a $50 credit toward towing when they join the association.About half of those members pay extra to upgrade their level of tow service.SeaTow has about 70,000 members. Commercial marine towing began to take off in the early 1980s after the Coast Guard stopped providing free nonemergency tows to recreational boaters.The industry today is made up of small independent companies that provide towing and assistance services for boaters who, in many cases, are members of a particular tow-service program.


News

www.boating-industry.com [cached]

MercuryCare program makes owning a boat easy , says Brad Haney , marketing director for Vessel Assist.The program takes the potential financial sting out of owning a boat.Many new boaters are afraid of the `hidden' costs . the Mercury Care program addresses those concerns , Haney says.Participants in the program receive services , such as regular oil changes , winter preparation , boat washes , and salt water maintenance.Archives ArchivesView 100 Most Recent News Pieces


VESSEL ASSIST to Benefit the Int. Game Fishing Assn.

www.vesselassist.com [cached]

"Our goal with this agreement is to promote boating safety to the IGFA's 20,000 plus members," said VESSEL ASSIST Environmental Foundation Director Brad Haney, "and give our members a chance to support a very worthwhile organization.Klotz and Haney emphasized that working together makes each organization stronger and adds value to both memberships.


Go Boating

www.goboatingamerica.com [cached]

-- Source: Brad Haney, marketing and sales director for Vessel Assist Association of America, the "Boat Owner's Auto Club."


Go Boating

www.goboatingmag.com [cached]

-- Source : Brad Haney , marketing and sales director for Vessel Assist Association of America , the Boat Owner's Auto Club.Safe Boating Council Chooses Go BoatingIf you read Go Boating , you're in good company.Go Boating has just been selected as the official membership magazine of the National Safe Boating Council.While the magazine regularly covers issues of national boating safety interest , Go Boating will soon also include a variety of articles written by the council's experts in the field of marine safety.


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