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Industry growth meeting set for Toronto show

The Canadian Recreational Boating Industry Session will be held Jan. 14 at the Direct Energy Centre at Exhibition Place in Toronto during the Jan. 11-19 Toronto International Boat Show.

There will be presentations from John Peak, managing director of capital markets at GE Capital; Sara Anghel, executive director of the National Marine Manufacturers Association Canada, and Donald Dubois, president of Princecraft Boats and chairman of the board of NMMA Canada, presenting Canadian recreational boating statistics; and Tracey Hart, marketing director at Discover Boating Canada.

The NMMA Hall of Fame Award will be presented.

There will be a breakfast at 8:30 a.m. Presentations will be from 9-11 a.m.

Limited seating is available. Those interested in attending are asked to contact Sara Zammit at szammit@nmma.org to reserve a seat.

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