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National Marina Day Web site debuts

The Association of Marina Industries launched the National Marina Day Web site.

Users of the site will see some of the original features, such as the National Marina Day resource kit, but there is also new content, and the overall design has been updated with improved navigation and useful information.

One of the most important new features is a marina event registration page where participating marinas can enter information about their facility and their event. This will allow AMI to track how many facilities celebrate National Marina Day.

A different registered marina will be featured each week on the home page. A bonus for registering this year is that a drawing will be held of all the registered marinas for a free one-year AMI membership.

National Marina Day on June 12 is a day for celebrating marinas and all they bring to their communities as gateways to our nation's waterways.

Click here for the full release.

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