Cindy McCaffery

VP of Program Development, Sea Tow Services International, Inc., Southold, NY

631-876-5061
cmmccaffery@seatow.com

As the Vice President of Program Development for Sea Tow Services International, Cindy’s responsibilities include coordination of Sea Tow’s training programs, boat shows and events. She and her team manage multiple Sea Tow programs for dealers, manufacturers, retailers and service providers. Cindy also serves as the event coordinator for the company’s annual meeting and is the contact person for media relations. Cindy brings to Sea Tow over 18 years of experience in sales, training, marketing, communications, event planning and hotel management.

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