Registration open for U.S. pavilion at 2017 METS

The NMAA said registration is open for the USA Pavilion at the 2017 METS Trade Show.
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The National Marine Manufacturers Association said registration is open for the USA Pavilion at the 2017 METS Trade Show.

The NMMA said it is offering the opportunity again this year for U.S. manufacturers to exhibit at METS with cost-effective turnkey exhibition packages and prime space location. The NMMA said exhibiting as part of the pavilion includes a number of value-added benefits.

“The NMMA staff are excellent at providing the best support that I’ve ever had at a trade show,” Si-Tex Marine president, 2016 first-time exhibitor and NMMA member Ted Bodtmann said. “We had a great show with 35 leads to follow up on, and we’ll definitely be back in 2017.”

The show will run from Nov. 14-16.

The NMMA said METS draws more than 22,000 visitors annually. Those who attend include yacht and boat builders, naval architects, repair yards, distributors, captains, marina developers and equipment manufacturers from around the world.

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