IMBC on-site registration starts Wednesday

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On-site registration for the International Marina & Boatyard Conference in Fort Lauderdale will be available at 2 p.m. Wednesday.

The conference will start that day and continue through Friday.

The IMBC’s registration desk will be outside the entrance to Hall A on the first floor of the Greater Fort Lauderdale/Broward County Convention Center. On-site registration options include a full-conference pass starting at $379, a one-day pass starting at $225 and an exhibit-hall only pass starting at $50. All members of the Association of Marina Industries receive a discount for IMBC registration.

Attendees can register for the conference on any of the three days during set hours.

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