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NMMA, Progressive set to ring closing bell on NYSE

Representatives from the National Marine Manufacturers Association and Progressive Insurance will ring the New York Stock Exchange closing bell today

Representatives from the National Marine Manufacturers Association and Progressive Insurance will ring the New York Stock Exchange closing bell today in celebration of the 2016 Progressive New York Boat Show.

Industry members will ring the closing bell with representatives from Sea Ray, Boston Whaler, Azimut, Scout, Sailfish and Mercury Marine.

The New York Boat Show is considered the first and longest running boat show in the United States, with 2016 representing its 111th year. The show runs through Sunday at the Javits Center in Manhattan.

The closing bell will ring at 4 p.m. (Eastern Time) and can be viewed live on the NYSE’s website.

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