ABBRA to hold marine-service seminar

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The American Boat Builders & Repairers Association will hold its Marine Service Management program March 28-31 at Roscioli Yachting Center in Fort Lauderdale.

The program presents participants with pointers in such non-technical topics as human-resource development, financial controls, customer relations, codes and standards, marketing and sales and more.

The program is a prerequisite to obtain ABBRA's Certified Marine Service Manager designation.

The fee for ABBRA members is $1,749. The fee for non-members is $2,249.

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