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IMBC releases 2015 show brochure

The International Marina & Boatyard Conference posted its brochure with exhibitor, sponsorship and advertising options to its website.

The conference will be held Jan. 28-30, 2015, at the Tampa (Fla.) Convention Center and is produced by the Association of Marina Industries.

The brochure combines all commercial and vendor opportunities into one document that provides attendee demographics, the benefits of participating and a vendor contract.

"The supplier prospectus is a one-stop shop providing marina and boatyard vendors with all of the information they need to participate in IMBC," AMI chairman Jeff Rose said in a statement. "We offer our sponsors and exhibitors plenty of chances to talk to and market their businesses to the industry's top professionals."

The brochure can be downloaded and further information is available by visiting the IMBC website. Organizations interested in participating in the conference should contact Ray Clark at (401) 247-4922 or via email at rgclark@cox.net.

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