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French show space available for Florida businesses

Enterprise Florida is coordinating a Florida pavilion for this year's Cannes International Boat & Yacht Show, one of Europe's leading marine trade shows.

The show will be held Sept. 6-11 at Port de Cannes in France.

Florida companies have until June 3 to reserve display space; however, those that sign up by April 29 can receive a 10 percent discount. Visit the Enterprise Florida website for complete details, including price options.

Booth reservations can be made by contacting Julie Balzano, director for the marine industry sector for Enterprise Florida, at (305) 808-3660 or jbalzano@eflorida.com.

The Cannes boat show will have more than 500 boats on the water and 465 exhibitors from 25 nations.

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