NMMA VP honored in South Florida

Rick-Joule was one of 25 women recognized as the South Florida Business Journal’s Influential Business Women of 2016.
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National Marine Manufacturers Association boat show vice president Cathy Rick-Joule was honored as one of South Florida’s top businesswomen.

Rick-Joule was one of 25 women recognized as the South Florida Business Journal’s Influential Business Women of 2016.

Rick-Joule has been at the helm of the Progressive Insurance Miami International Boat Show for more than two decades and guided the show through its total venue and programming transformation this year.

The annual awards program highlights the region’s growing number of women excelling in business while spotlighting the efforts they lead to help improve their communities. More than 350 people attended the event.

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