MarineMax will ring opening bell Tuesday at NYSE

MarineMax will ring the New York Stock Exchange opening bell on Tuesday.

MarineMax will ring the New York Stock Exchange opening bell on Tuesday in celebration of the 112th annual Progressive New York Boat Show.

The company began trading on the NYSE in June 1998.

MarineMax is ringing the opening bell to highlight its participation in the Progressive New York Boat Show, which takes place Jan. 25-29 at the Javits Center.

The show is considered the first and longest-running boat show in the country, with 2017 representing its 112th year.

The opening bell will ring at 9:30 a.m. ET and can be viewed live on the NYSE’s website at

Photos and video of the ceremony will be available, courtesy of the NYSE on Facebook (NYSE Euronext); Twitter (@NYSEEuronext) and on the NYSE YouTube Channel at nysetv1.

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