Early registration for NMMA shows ends Wednesday

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Early renewal trade registration, which provides access to the National Marine Manufacturers Association’s 19 boat and sport shows, ends Wednesday.

Early registration to the shows is complimentary; after Wednesday it will cost $35 for members to register.

Early registration for non-members is $35 until Wednesday, and $40 after, according to the NMMA in its Currents newsletter.

Trade badges provide the same access as exhibitors for any NMMA boat or sport show, allowing entrance to a show two hours before it opens each day. 


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