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American Boating Congress Starts Tomorrow


The American Boating Congress, the recreational boating industry’s annual advocacy event, starts tomorrow.

Registration is still open for the virtual sessions, which run April 21-22 from 1:30 to 3 p.m. (ET).

Tomorrow’s agenda includes opening remarks from National Marine Manufacturers Association president Frank Hugelmeyer about the state of the industry and the NMMA’s legislative agenda.

Following Hugelmeyer, members of Congress, including Reps. Nancy Mace, Maria Salazar and Pete Staube, will outline congressional priorities for the marine industry.

Policy updates from NMMA senior vice president of government and legal affairs Nicole Vasilaros, remarks from the Offices of Outdoor Recreation and more will follow.

Complete schedules for both days can be found here


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