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AMI offers National Marina Day merchandise

National Marina Day promotional items are now available online.

The annual event, which will be held June 12, is managed by the Association of Marina Industries and created to encourage marinas to invite the non-boating public to their facilities to showcase their role in providing family recreation, contributing to the economy in their local communities and being stewards of the environment.

The Web site also allows marinas to register their National Marina Day event.

The promotional items add to the local celebrations and give visitors a physical reminder of the value of marinas. These include balloons, totes, T-shirts, buttons, key chains and other giveaway items that come with the National Marina Day and AMI logos. Marinas have the option of adding their own logo as well.

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