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IMBC seeks 2010 presentations

Producers of the International Marina & Boatyard Conference are seeking presentations for next year’s event.

IMBC’s coordinators are looking for presentations pertinent to IMBC’s audience, which includes internationally acclaimed marina-industry professionals, Certified Marina Managers, potential Certified Marina Managers, other marina operators, boat repairers, and more.

Presentations can be designed for all levels of experience — from fundamental to intermediate to advanced topics. The information should be timely, informative, and educational without overt company or product promotions.

Deadline for submissions is May 8.

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