NMMA seeks U.S. exhibitors for METS

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The National Marine Manufacturers Association is calling for exhibitors to attend the U.S.A. Pavilion at the Marine Equipment Trade Show in Amsterdam, which runs Nov. 17-19 at the Amsterdam RAI.

METS draws more than 21,000 visitors annually. Attendees include yacht and boat builders, naval architects, repair yards, distributors, captains, marina developers and equipment manufacturers from around the world.

The NMMA, which has participated in METS for more than 26 years, offers the opportunity to exhibit at METS with packages and established space location in Hall 11— one of the busiest locations at the show.

The group touts the benefits of exhibiting as part of the pavilion, including reduced investment of staff time because the NMMA coordinates the experience, preventing currency rate fluctuations and advertising aggressively.

Applications are accepted until Sept. 4, space permitting.

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