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Jim Salscheider

President and Chief Executive Officer

Lake Havasu City Marine Association

HQ Phone: (928) 208-2442

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Lake Havasu City Marine Association

1642 McCulloch Blvd #173

Lake Havasu City, Arizona 86403

United States

Company Description

The Lake Havasu City Marine Association is dedicated to our greatest asset: Lake Havasu and the marine environment surrounding it. We are the community leader in lake issues including periodic clean up efforts. We will be a leader in an effort to build a ... more

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Lake Havasu City Marine Association

Executive Director

Marine Association


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Lake Havasu City Marine Association

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Lake Havasu City | Partnership for Economic Development [cached]

Jim Salscheider Marine Association 1642 McCulloch Blvd. #173 Lake Havasu City, AZ 8643 Phone: (928) 208-2442 Email:

Board Members - About Us - Lake Havasu City, Arizona Convention & Visitors Bureau [cached]

L to R. Back row: Gary Kellogg, Thom Felke, Bob McClory, Jim Salscheider, Nello Ruscitti, Steve Greeley, Greg Froslie, Jim Hill.

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Lake Havasu Marine Association president and CEO, Jim Salscheider commented, "Our boat show really turned the corner in early 2011 in spite of challenging economic times, especially for the recreational boating industry.

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Jim Salscheider Executive Director Lake Havasu City Marine Association

Originally from St. Paul, MN and moving here after living in San Diego for more than 20 years, Jim is the retired former Chairman of Hobie Cat, a water sports and boat maker based in Southern California.
As Director of our Marine Association as well as the as the Main State Program since 2007, Jim's love of our area is evident in his enthusiasm for his roles which involve beautification. He is committed to efforts to keep the lake clean, raising money for critical infra-structure projects, and working with boaters to enhance their experience, and life.
Jim and his wife Cyndi, a former veterinarian clinic manager, chose us over other retiring in other Colorado River Cites, South Florida, and the gulf coast:

Lake Havasu Arizona Report [cached]

Lake Havasu Marine Association, President and CEO, Jim Salscheider (928) 208-2442

"John made an immediate positive impact upon his arrival at Lake Havasu State Park," said Jim Salscheider, LHMA president and CEO.
"We were upset about that and we wonder why, if it's in the interest of public safety, that this can't be moved along quicker in some way," said Marine Association Executive Director Jim Salscheider.
Salscheider said approval from the Coast Guard took roughly six weeks and the process was sped up because of public safety concerns.
"With the Coast Guard, when we applied, they told us a commanding officer could simply note the safety concern and approve the application on the spot," Salscheider said.
"Despite that fact and despite the fact that the marine association is paying for them, installing them and maintaining them, the BLM is insisting that we file for a permit for their anchors," Salscheider wrote in an email.
Salscheider said he didn't anticipate any of the actions taken by the BLM following the removal of the vendors.
"All we were asking is that they (were) removed from city's beaches," he said. "We had no expectation that this would lead to anything other than the vendors being removed from our beaches. … The buoy program is totally different from that. Because it's in the interest in public safety, and it's a dozen or so objects in 2 to 4 feet of water only 100 yards from shore. It's hard to imagine all these requirements would be necessary. I really hope boaters aren't at risk for the six months that this takes for them to finish."
Salscheider added that one of his major concerns is safety, closely followed by the impact on tourism.
"There is nothing on record that formally says how many incidences there are near those dangerous areas, but any boater that's been on this Lake for a considerable amount of time has seen it or done it," he said.
Jim Salscheider Executive Director 928-208-2442

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