U.S.A. Pavilion registration opens for Metstrade 2020

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The U.S.A. Pavilion has grown every year.

The U.S.A. Pavilion has grown every year.

The National Marine Manufacturers Association said in a statement that its U.S.A. Pavilion will move to a new location at the Marine Equipment Trade Show, which is scheduled for Nov. 17-19 at RAI Exhibition Center in Amsterdam.

“This year, our pavilion will relocate to a new premium location placing us squarely within the heartbeat of the show,” Julie Balzano, senior director of export development for NMMA, said in the statement.

“Being part of the U.S.A. pavilion provides our company optimal exposure and brand confidence,” said Will Aboultarf, vice president of sales for PropGlide USA.

Registration details are available here.

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