Presenters wanted for IMI conference

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The International Marina Institute is looking for presentations for its Emerging Applied Technologies Conference, scheduled for Oct. 25-27 in Fort Lauderdale.

The conference will cover the latest in technologies, “green” products and current trends in the marine industry. Attendees will include international marina industry professionals, Certified Marina Managers, and marina owners and operators, as well as companies that sell to and serve the marine industry.

The deadline for submissions is April 24.

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