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San Diego show reports attendance gain

The four-day Progressive San Diego International Boat Show closed with a 19 percent increase in attendance.

Organizers said final attendance for the June 18-21 show was 9,218. Sunday’s one-day attendance was up 27 percent from 2014.

“Exhibitors reported good sales and are thrilled with all the improvements made to the show, especially our new docks,” Dave Geoffroy, the National Marine Manufacturers Association West’s vice president, said in a statement.

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