Why it pays to touch “bass” with consumers.
“Like the good old days,” is how one dealer described last weekend’s Progressive Cedar Point Boat Show.
Lake Erie is in the crosshairs of a large offshore wind project that concerns anglers, boaters and coastal communities.
The downtown Fort Lauderdale headquarters for the Marine Industries Association of South Florida was packed recently with 70 high school students who attend the Boys and Girls Club Broward County (BGCBC) program to learn about career opportunities available in the marine industry.
You don’t need fancy cameras or a professional producer. Just be interesting.
The Consumer Protection and Fuel Transparency Act would require the EPA to create straightforward labeling for fuel pumps.
The $9 million campaign was designed with materials that dealers and boat builders can use on their website.
“We want people to know that in New Jersey we have it all,” says MTA/NJ executive director Melissa Danko.
Six new schools have enrolled in ABYC’s Marine Service Technology program. Also, the recent three-part webinar series with Findability University is posted at GrowBoating.org.
Mobile, on-demand fill-ups make a ton of sense with today’s hectic schedules. Also MRAA can help you set up an in-house apprentice program.
Yamaha Motor Corp. is supporting jobs training in Great Lakes Region.
The highs and lows of spring, a perfect storm for boat sales, the threat of E15 and recognizing recreational anglers contributions.
The agency is ignoring an issue that is critical to our marine environment.