U.S. outboard engine wholesale shipments were up 6.5 percent in 2016, with gains led by 4-strokes and higher-powered engines.
The National Marine Manufacturers Association is the leading association representing the recreational boating industry in North America. NMMA member companies produce more than 80 percent of the boats, engines, trailers, accessories and gear used by boaters and anglers in the United States and Canada. The association is dedicated to industry growth through programs in public policy advocacy, market statistics and research, product quality assurance and promotion of the boating lifestyle.
The National Marine Manufacturers Association and Colombia Nautica said today that exhibit space is filling fast for the 2017 Feria Internacional Colombia Nautica, a new boat show that will take place April 27-30 in the coastal city of Cartagena de Indias.
The Outdoor Recreational Industry Roundtable and the National Marine Manufacturers Association are supporting Interior Secretary nominee Ryan Zinke, who said Tuesday that he is “an unapologetic admirer of Teddy Roosevelt.”
After Great Britain’s decision to leave the European Union and with a new administration entering the White House on Jan. 20, many are asking, “What’s next for free trade agreements and trade overall?”
The National Marine Manufacturers Association is touting the marine industry’s 2016 gains, emphasizing that it is one of the “few American-made industries.”
The National Marine Manufacturers Association is touting its 2016 accomplishments in Congress, starting with the signing into law of the Coast Guard authorization bill, which includes a model-year fix and updates engine weight regulations.
The National Marine Manufacturers Association and the recently formed Outdoor Recreation Industry Roundtable said they support the nomination by President-elect Donald Trump of U.S. Rep. Ryan Zinke, R-Mont., to serve as Secretary of the Interior.
The Outdoor Recreational Industry Roundtable released its second white paper, shared with the transition team of President-elect Donald Trump, and it outlines the expanded access to public lands and waters the roundtable believes is necessary to grow and diversify outdoor recreation in the United States.
President Obama signed the Outdoor Recreation Jobs and Economic Impact Act of 2016 into law on Thursday.
The U.S. House of Representatives passed the Water Resources Development Act, also known as the Water Infrastructure Improvements for the Nation Act, on Thursday night.