VIDEO: IBEX showcases winners of 2016 Innovation Awards

IBEX is showcasing its 2016 Innovation Awards winners with a series of videos about each product.
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The International BoatBuilders’ Exhibition & Conference is showcasing its 2016 Innovation Awards winners with a series of videos about each product.

The IBEX Innovation Awards present outstanding marine product development to the recreational boating industry and beyond.

The program is managed by the National Marine Manufacturers Association and judged by Boating Writers International.

IBEX added the videos to its website for each winner.

Check out this video for Fireboy-Xintex Inc, which won the Environmental Award for CG/MA and GA 3M Novec 1230 Fixed Fire Extinguisher.

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