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IMBC sells out exhibitor space

Organizers of the International Marina & Boatyard Conference announced that the exhibit hall is sold out with the event a few weeks away.

IMBC is set for Jan. 27-29 at the Tampa Convention Center in Tampa, Fla.

"The original floor plan had space for 143 booths and we currently have 145 booths contracted," said Ray Clark, IMBC sales coordinator, in a statement. "We have added extra booths to accommodate more companies and expand the floor. This will give attendees access to over 125 companies that service the marina and boatyard industry."

Among the exhibitors, are 30 new companies to this year's event, organizers said.

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