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IMBC details Fort Lauderdale trip agenda

Organizers of the International Marina & Boatyard Conference have announced the field trip agenda for the Jan. 25-28 event in Fort Lauderdale.

The field trip will feature three marinas in southeast Florida — the Port Condominium, Harbour Towne Marina and Pelican Harbor Marina — and conclude with an evening social and networking event sponsored by Miami Dade Parks and Recreation.

The $95 field trip fee includes lunch, dinner and the evening social. Click here for information or to register online.

Contact the Association of Marina Industries in Warren, R.I., at (866) 367-6622, or visit the association Web site.

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