AMI enhances Web site

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The Association of Marina Industries is making more relevant reports and studies of the marine industry available through the expanded publications page on its Web site.

In addition to existing material - such as the newly released Wage Rate Survey Report, Marina Operators Manual and Financial Benchmark Study - the site also provides links to outside resources such as Sea Grant and the National Fire Protection Association. The list will be updated periodically as new reports are found.

Click here to visit the expanded site.

If you have items you'd like to have linked on the AMI site, contact Wendy Larimer at (202) 350-9623.

Click here for the full release.

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