MRA opens registration for annual conference

The 46th annual Marine Recreation Association Educational Conference and Trade Show is scheduled for Oct. 23-25.
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The 46th annual Marine Recreation Association Educational Conference and Trade Show is scheduled for Oct. 23-25, at the Hyatt Regency Monterey Hotel and Spa in Monterey, Calif.

Early registration ends today.

The three-day conference, in which the theme is “embracing change,” will focus on enhancing guest services and customer satisfaction, improving operations and regulatory compliance, and optimizing fiscal results.

It will feature seminars and roundtable discussions covering key marine industry management, operations and marketing concerns.

The trade show will exhibit products, technology and services from industry vendors; contractors will provide additional information and perspective for attendees.

"Our Annual Educational Conference and Trade Show is the perfect opportunity for all marine industry professionals to meet and share experiences, and effective strategies to better manage an ever-evolving business environment," MRA operations administrator Mariann Timms said in a statement.

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