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USA Pavilion registration opens for Metstrade

The United States is one of many countries to host its own pavilion.

The United States is one of many countries to host its own pavilion.

The 2019 edition of Metstrade, the business-to-business leisure marine equipment show held at the RAI Exhibition Center in Amsterdam will take place November 19-21. Registration for the USA Pavilion at the show is operated by the National Marine Manufacturers Association and is now open.

“Each year, the USA Pavilion continues to sell out well before the noted deadline, as popularity of the USA Pavilion continues to grow,” Julie Balzano, senior director of export development for the NMMA, said in a statement.

Exhibitors can click here for information.



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