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IMBC early-bird deadline is Saturday

Time is running out for those planning to attend the 2013 International Marina & Boatyard Conference to get an early-bird discount. Rates will increase on Saturday.

In addition to that discount, Soundings Trade Only readers who plan to attend the Fort Lauderdale conference, which runs Jan. 30-Feb. 1, are eligible for an exclusive offer of an extra 10 percent off the non-member price by entering the coupon code TENPERCENT when registering online.

Members of show producer AMI can purchase a full conference pass for $365 and non-members can purchase discounted passes for $485, or 10 percent off by using the Trade Only discount.

On Saturday, registration rates will change to $395 for members and $515 for non-members, although the 10 percent discount will still be available to Trade Only readers.

IMBC registration options include passes for the full conference, for the exhibit hall only and for a single day. Full conference registration begins at $365 and includes:

• Admission to all seminars and product demonstrations

• Admission to the exhibit hall, which will have more than 125 exhibits

• Complimentary bag with a conference program, USB drive and name badge

• Two luncheons, two exhibit hall receptions, one evening social and four networking events.

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