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Grow Boating Marketing Summit at IBEX

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The third annual Grow Boating Marketing Summit will be held Sept. 30 in conjunction with the International BoatBuilders’ Exhibition and Conference. The all-day event in Tampa, Fla. is geared toward boat marketers, according to organizers.

The summit will have content about digital marketing and include “actionable strategies” for clients. Speakers include Mari Smith, an expert on Facebook; Heather Lutze from the Findability Group; Marcus Sheridan, aka “The Sales Lion”; and Jack Ellis, president of Info-Link.

This year's sponsors are IBEX, the Marine Accessory and Component Division of the National Marine Manufacturers Association and the Marine Marketers of America.

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