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H. SCOTT NOBLE 16 Bellereve Drive Bluffton, SC 29909 snfd96a4@westpost.

net Residence (843) 757-4792 Cell (865) 719-5781

CEO,COO, EVP, VP, DIVISIONAL GENERAL MANAGER: EXPERIENCED IN START UP OF COMPANIES AND TURNAROUNDS THROUGH STRATEGIC SALES , MARKETING AND FINANCIAL INITIATIVES: B2B &B2C, CAPITAL EQUIPMENT, DURABLE CO NSUMER GOODS THRU INDEPENDENT CHANNAL ALSO DIRECT TO CONSUMER PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Twin Vee Boats Fort Pierce, FL 2004 - 2010 Board of Directors / CEO Initially consultant to private equity firm that owned the company and asked to join board in 2005. Appointed to CEO position by Board of Directors June of 20 08 to try reversing the performance of the company, unfortunately had to take th e company through receivership. The Federal Courts dismissed the Chapter 11 Case 1/21/2010 to the satisfaction of investors and creditors. Savannah Yachts LLC Rincon, GA 2004 - 2008 New company start-up, green field, capitalized and started company f rom an idea with two associates in the leisure product industry building forty to sixty foot ya chts. VP Sales and Marketing

Brunswick Corporation Lake Forest, IL 1990 - 2004 Global leader ($3 billion + revenues) in the leisure products industry. Marine goods include Sea Ray and Bayliner boats and Mercury and MerCruiser engines. It also makes Brunswick bowling and billiards products, as well as fitness equipme nt (Life Fitness, ParaBody, and Hammer Strength). Company also owns or franchis es about 118 fun centers that feature billiards, restaurants, bowling, and "Cosm ic (glow-in-the-dark) Bowling." Senior VP for Sea Ray Boats and US Marine U.S. Marine Group Arlington, WA 2001 - 2004 . Bayliner, Maxum, Trophy and Meridian boat brands ($400 million revenues).

TURNAROUND. Primarily responsible for turning around the business which was l osing money (over $30 million), had lost its focus as well as the loyalty and ef fectiveness of the 340 dealer network (of which 45 account for 75% of volume): Redefined and refocused Bayliner to reflect its heritage as the value brand appe aling to first-time, price conscious owners. This involved developing new marke ting collateral, new marketing expenditures, educating the dealer network and es tablishing off-shore manufacturing (in Mexico). Repositioned Bayliner Yachts and renamed it Meridian Yachts; appointed new deale rs. Introduced a dealer metrics program to improve effectiveness and profitability . RESULTS After 10 quarters of losses, profitability was restored. Dealer confi dence was resurrected and dealers were profitable. Sea Ray Boat Group Knoxville, TN 1997 - 2001 Sea Ray, Baja Performance, and Boston Whaler Boats ( $ 1.15 billion revenues) Group Senior Vice President Responsible for managing the intergradation and radical shift in channel and its management. The merger of Sea Ray's largest independent dealers ( 25% of volume ) into a publicly held company MarineMax . Results Successfully managed and integrated processes (general management and m arketing) of MarineMax ($550 million sales) to ensure success of its IPO (NYSE-l isted "HZO"). Boston Whaler Edgewater, FL Vice President and General Manager TURNAROUND. Developed strategic and operational plans; realigned the distribution channels. Redefined product offering to make it more market-acceptable. Results Grew the business from $40 million (in 1996) to $110 million (by 2000).

Baja Performance Boats Bucyrus, OH 1995 - 1997 Vice President and General Manager TURNAROUND AS DEBTOR IN POSSESSION. Under Chapter 11 protection, oversaw acquisition of Baja Performance Boats. As General Manager, took all necessary steps to totally restructure the business ($30 million sales losing $4 million).

RESULT: In 2 years, grew sales to $60 +million, profits from negative to 7% ope rating profit, and repaid all creditors (100 cents on the dollar).

Sea Ray Boats Knoxville, TN 1990 - 1995 Vice President Domestic Sales Responsible for $270 million sales through about 90+ dealers: Designed the wholesale sales process and transformed it to one having Regional S ales Manager. Thus eliminated duplication of the efforts of 3 product groups (S port Boats, Cruisers and Yachts) and nurtured stronger relationships between co mpany and its channel. As a consequence the relationships between dealers and regional management were enhanced, resulting in higher inventory turns and greater profitability for deal ers. Results Increased sales by 80% with fewer people. Vice President Dealer Development 1990 - 1992 Faced financial failure by independent dealers that amounted to more than 1/3 of the company's revenue, initiated a revolutionary training program that started as a financial management tool and evolved into the Gold Standard for dealer man agement in the marine industry the Master Dealer Program. Results even after the downturn of 2007- 2010 Sea Ray dealers only experienced a failure rate of less than 3% compared to balance of the industry. Browning Ferris Industries, Inc. Houston, TX 1988 - 1990 NYSE-listed "BFI" (at that time) provided waste services throughout the world. Vice President of Marketing Regional HQ Atlanta, GA Responsible for special projects, M & A and due diligence. Dempster Systems, Inc. Knoxville, TN 1983 - 1988 Manufacturer of material handling equipment (subsidiary at that time of Krug Int ernational). Vice President, Sales and Marketing Redeveloped channel and national accounts; helped turn Company around and made i t marginally profitable in a mature industry with major consolidation of custome r and deterioration of channel and customer base

EDUCATION Ohio State University M.B.A. degree Ohio State University B.S. Business Adm.

References furnished on request, background check for last position 2008