WASHINGTON — Seasoned broadcast journalist and former “Meet the Press” host David Gregory sized up the presidential election, emphasized the growing role of social media in Washington, looked back on career moments — many of them humorous — and promoted his new book in his keynote speech Wednesday at the American Boating Congress.
WASHINGTON — The winner of the 2015 ABC Lifetime Achievement Award highlighted a lineup of speakers Wednesday on the final day of the American Boating Congress.
WASHINGTON — This year’s American Boating Congress drew 35 supporting co-hosts, giving the industry its strongest voice ever in the nation’s capital, National Marine Manufacturers Association president Thom Dammrich said this morning.
WASHINGTON — Bill Shedd, president and CEO of AFTCO, the American Fish and Tackle Co., on Tuesday captured the Eddie Smith Manufacturer of the Year Award, which is presented by the Center for Coastal Conservation to leaders in conservation advocacy.
WASHINGTON — Only 60 days after presenting the first-ever national saltwater recreational fisheries policy, a top National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration official introduced the agency’s accompanying implementation plan to the marine industry on Tuesday, marking a “cultural shift” at NOAA to better recognize the importance and standing of the recreational fishing community.
WASHINGTON — The Recreational Boating Leadership Council met here Monday, marking concrete progress in strengthening industry advocacy, the promotion of youth boating programs and diversity in boating, and the marketing efforts of the Discover Boating campaign.
WASHINGTON — U.S. Rep. Bill Huizenga (R-Mich.) told the Recreational Boating Leadership Council on Monday to “build relationships with the staff members” of the lawmakers they lobby.
SARASOTA, Fla. — Attendance at the 33rd annual Suncoast Boat Show increased 12 percent, compared with 2014, and exhibitor participation at the three-day show was up 7 percent, organizers said.
Organizers of the 30th annual Palm Beach International Boat Show say attendance jumped by 17 percent from last year, and manufacturers, dealers and brokerages report strong sales and promising leads.
Organizers of the 30th annual Palm Beach International Boat Show say attendance increased by a whopping 17 percent from last year, with manufacturers, dealers and brokerages reporting that the docks were bustling with enthusiastic buyers and sales were strong.