AMI updates 2011 operations manual

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The Association of Marina Industries completed its revised and updated marina operations manual for 2011.

Available to all marine professionals, the manual is distributed via AMI and offers templates and forms, as well as advice and tips for running a successful marina or boatyard.

AMI members who order before May 31 receive a 10 percent discount.

"This manual holds the key to running a successful marina and boatyard, all in one publication," AMI president and chairman Jim Frye said in a statement. "The materials in this 300-plus page book can be used as templates or customized for any operation. We're thrilled to offer such an invaluable resource to our members and to the industry as a whole."

The marina operations manual is available to AMI members for $500. Professionals in the marine industry who are not AMI members can purchase the publication for $650.

Interested parties can purchase the manual in electronic form or in hard copy by calling (866) 367-6622, ordering online or by contacting AMI via e-mail at info@marinaassociation.org.

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