Marine Marketers of America announce keynote speaker for FLIBS luncheon

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Christopher P. Ramey

Christopher P. Ramey

Marine Marketers of America will hold its annual membership lunch October 31 from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. during the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show at the Bahia Mar. The keynote speaker will be Christopher P. Ramey, who will present, “The 8 Laws for Marketing to High Net Worth Individuals.”

Ramey speaks internationally on luxury marketing and has presented in more than 20 countries. He is president of The Home Trust International, which has 450 locations in the U.S. and Europe. He is also the former president of the Luxury Marketing Council of Miami and Palm Beach.

“We are thrilled to bring an internationally acclaimed speaker of Chris’ caliber to benefit the marine marketing community and believe his experience will prove highly beneficial to our members and guests,” Wanda Kenton Smith, MMA president, said in a statement. “Chris is customizing a presentation explicitly for our crowd and will share the latest in luxury trends, along with key pillars every marine industry brand can leverage to its advantage.”

The MMA luncheon will update members on association news and event sponsors included Kicker Marine, Boston Whaler, Sea Tow International and MarineMax.

Seating is available for 90 people on a first-come, advanced reserved basis only. Active MMA membership cost if $30 including lunch and $40 for non-members/guests. Visit www.marinemarketersofamerica.com to register.

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