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AMI seeks data with annual marina survey

The Association of Marina Industries is conducting its second annual online Marina Trends Survey to gather information about the current state of the marina industry, from revenue and wage trends to current environmental practices.

The survey results will be compiled and presented at this year’s International Marina & Boatyard Conference, which runs Feb. 1-3 in Lake Buena Vista, Fla.

“By completing this survey, marina professionals will be helping AMI compile the newest data on how marinas are doing,” AMI president and chair Jim Frye said in a statement “We use this information to increase everyone’s awareness of the current state of the industry.”

Marina managers and operators can click here to access the survey.

The survey closes Dec. 2.

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