IMBC posts online brochure for 2012 show

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The International Marina & Boatyard Conference posted a brochure with exhibitor, sponsorship and advertising opportunities for the 2012 show to its website.

Produced by the Association of Marina Industries, IMBC is scheduled for Feb. 1-3, 2012, at Disney's Coronado Springs Resort in Lake Buena Vista, Fla.

The brochure combines all commercial and vendor opportunities into one inclusive document that provides attendee demographics and the benefits of participating, as well as exhibitor, sponsorship, and advertising openings and contracts.

"As an added service to our valued exhibitors, sponsors and advertisers we offer this one-stop shop for them to review all their options for reaching their core audience of marina operators and boatyard service and repair professionals," AMI president and chairman Jim Frye said in a statement.

Along with IMBC's customary sponsorship opportunities, new items such as travel mugs, hydration stations, a business center and the show's 10th anniversary reception have been added to the sponsorship menu. Advertising in IMBC's mobile phone application also is a new option for industry suppliers.

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