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AMTECH extends trade show discount deadline

The Association of Marine Technicians extended the early registration discount rate for the National Marine Service Expo trade show to Nov. 15. 

AMTECH is offering a 25 percent discount for registrations before the cutoff date. People registering for all four days of training will receive an additional 10 percent off the discounted fee.

“We have extended the cutoff date to help with the slowdown in the economy,” said AMTECH president Joe De Marco. “Registration for the event has been slow, and I’m sure it is because of the economy. Although times are tough, we hope the major discounts we are offering will result in higher attendance.”

NMSE will be held Jan. 15-19 at the WyoTech-Daytona campus in Ormond Beach, Fla. Prior to the event, WyoTech will hold its annual PAC meeting Jan. 14.

Click here for the show brochure, which includes a list of training classes.

For information on the show or the PAC meeting, visit the AMTECH Web site or call (800) 467-0982.

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