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ABC webinar registration under way

Registration is open for a webinar that will serve as a pre-conference briefing for the American Boating Congress.

Registration is open for a webinar that will serve as a pre-conference briefing for the American Boating Congress.

The National Marine Manufacturers Association said the webinar will be held from 2 to 3 p.m. Eastern on April 26.

Topics will include what to expect from ABC 2017; the state of play of Washington, D.C., politics and background on the industry’s top legislative issues, such as ethanol, infrastructure, taxes, trade and boating safety; and effectively communicating the industry’s most important issues to lawmakers and the Trump administration.

There also will be a question-and-answer session with government relations staff from the NMMA.

Presenters will include Nicole Vasilaros, the NMMA’s vice president of federal and legal affairs, Erica Crocker, director of political advocacy and engagement; and director of government affairs Michael Pasko.



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