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ABYC board adds NMMA Canada official

NMMA Canada's Sara Anghel was appointed to the board of the American Boat and Yacht Council.

Sara Anghel, executive director and vice president of government relations at NMMA Canada, was appointed to the board of the American Boat and Yacht Council.

The NMMA said Anghel’s ongoing efforts and her expertise from working with Transport Canada’s Office of Boating Safety and with National Marine Manufacturers Association members in the United States provide valuable experience she will bring to the ABYC’s board.

ABYC works to achieve safety standards for products, services and repairs. In its role as a technical information source for the marine industry, the group develops product standards, credentialing, education, training and other tools to help members succeed.

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