MIAMI VIDEO: Opportunities abound at 2012 show

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MIAMI - Soundings Trade Only editor Bill Sisson took a break from his busy schedule Wednesday to talk about the prospects for this year's Miami International Boat Show.

Sisson believes pent-up demand and a desire to enjoy the boating lifestyle are positive signs for the industry.

Click play for Sisson's analysis.

“I would say there’s more enthusiasm, more optimism than there has been for three years, when the economy fell off a cliff in the fall of 2008,” he said

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