NMMA encourages early hotel booking for Miami show

The Miami International Boat Show launched a hotel marketing campaign targeting attendees and rooms are expected to book fast.
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The Progressive Insurance Miami International Boat Show launched a hotel marketing campaign targeting attendees and rooms are expected to book fast.

The National Marine Manufacturers Association is encouraging exhibitors and industry stakeholders to reserve their hotel accommodations now for the Feb. 16-20 show at the Miami Marine Stadium Park & Basin.

Hotels within the boat show block include the Four Seasons Hotel Miami; W Downtown Miami; JW Marriott Marquis Miami; and the Intercontinental Miami.

All locations offer complimentary water taxi and shuttle service to take exhibitors directly to and from the show.

Visit the website to see the complete listing of properties.

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