Maui Business

Beach Activities Appoints New Sales/Marketing Director

July 18, 2016, 11:34 AM HST
* Updated July 18, 11:36 AM
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Beach Activities of Maui has appointed of Errol Easland as its new director of sales and marketing. Courtesy photo.

Beach Activities of Maui has appointed of Errol Easland as its new director of sales and marketing. Courtesy photo.

Beach Activities of Maui has appointed of Errol Easland as its new director of sales and marketing.

In his new role, Easland will be responsible for planning and executing all strategic sales, marketing and training development programs at Beach Activities of Maui and its independent affiliate, Aqualani Beach & Ocean Recreation.

“We are excited to welcome Errol to the Beach Activities of Maui and Aqualani ‘ohana to lead our sales team and oversee marketing efforts,” said Mike Kelley, owner of Beach Activities of Maui and Aqualani Beach & Ocean Recreation. “Errol will be an integral part of the company and we intend to utilize his knowledge and experience to further develop our sales and marketing programs.”

Easland brings more than 20 years of experience in sales and finance, most recently at Acura of Maui and Maui Harley Davidson, where he held the position of director of finance.

His sales experience includes developing sales, and interpersonal training and programs for businesses in the hospitality, healthcare and automotive industries.

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“I’m thrilled to be joining the Beach Activities of Maui and Aqualani teams,” said Easland. “For almost 40 years, Beach Activities of Maui has provided quality service and hospitality in the recreation industry, and I look forward to working closely with such a reputable company.”

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More information Beach Activities of Maui can be found online.

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