C-PORT plans November conference in Florida

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The 28th C-PORT Conference and Membership Meeting will be held Nov. 19-21 at the West Palm Beach (Fla.) Marriott hotel.

The event will begin with a welcome reception where conferees can network with fellow marine assistance operators.

The conference will open on the morning of Nov. 20 with presentations, regulatory updates and speakers. An awards luncheon follows, and the afternoon will be capped with the C-PORT Membership Meeting, which is open to C-PORT members.

Also on tap will be a night of celebration, with the C-PORT Awards Banquet and Gala and additional presentations important to the continued growth and development of marine assistance operations.

Exhibits are open for the duration of the event. Vendors are encouraged to review the exhibitor opportunities available. C-PORT organizers are calling for sponsors for the event.

Registration is now open. Go to C-PORT Conference November 2014 or visit www.cport.us.

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