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Call for entries: Miami Innovation Awards

NMMA is accepting applications through Jan. 21 for the 2009 Miami Innovation Awards program, held in conjunction with the Miami International Boat Show and Strictly Sail Miami Feb. 12-16.

The Innovation Awards, organized by the NMMA and judged by Boating Writers International, recognize the industry's most innovative boats and consumer products.

The official entry form and the rules and regulations are available online at www.nmma.org. Cost to enter is $200. All boats entered in the Miami Innovation Awards must be NMMA-certified.

For information, contact Melissa Gurniewicz at (312) 946-6281; mgurniewicz@nmma.org.

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