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NMMA offers space at Korea boat show

The National Marine Manufacturers Association is organizing its first U.S.A. Pavilion at the Korea International Boat Show, which is set for May 30-June 6.

The NMMA has secured a prime location for the pavilion, and the following items are included with a 9-square-meter stand:

• USA branding design

• All hard walls and flooring

• Stand signage

• A reception counter, a table with four chairs, and lighting and outlets

    As with all NMMA-organized U.S.A. pavilions, association staff will handle arrangements before and during the event and provide all necessary information to companies in a timely manner to ensure a successful event.

    Each approved exhibiting company will be offered seven nights of free hotel accommodations for one person in a show-designated hotel. Accommodations for more than one person can be offered, subject to availability, at the cost of the exhibitor at applicable hotel rates.

    Free shuttle service is available from Incheon Airport to the designated hotel on arrival, and daily to and from the hotel to the show site.

    Each approved attending company will be offered three nights of free hotel accommodations for one person in a show-designated hotel.

    To confirm space, contact Melissa Gurniewicz at mgurniewicz@nmma.org

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