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Dealer conference seeks seminar proposals

Organizers of the 2012 Marine Dealer Conference & Expo are seeking proposals for seminars for this year’s conference, set for Nov. 11-14 in Orlando, Fla.

Presentations should be directed at an audience of marine dealership professionals ranging from dealership principals and general managers to employees and managers of such departments as sales, marketing, service, parts, accessories, finance and insurance and marina operations.

Conference organizers seek presentations on advanced, intermediate and fundamental business topics. The information to be presented should be timely, informative and educational, offering concrete takeaways the audience can bring back to their business to accelerate future success.

The deadline to submit a proposal is Feb. 24.

To submit a proposal, please click here to download a 2012 proposal form. The completed form should then be e-mailed to Liz Walz at lwalz@boatingindustry.com.

The conference is presented by the Marine Retailers Association of the Americas and Boating Industry magazine.

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