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IMI events see boost in international attendance

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The International Marina Institute has nearly completed its fall training calendar and reports it experienced a significant spike in international attendance at its annual fall conference, marina study tour and core training events.

"Overall, we experienced a 30 percent increase in international attendance to our fall events over last year. This is an exciting time for our organization, as this validates the global reach of our training," training coordinator Kayce Florio said.

"The experience and diversity that international marina managers bring to these programs has great added value for all those who participate," Florio added. "The reach is significant, with international attendees from Singapore, UAE and Australia, to name a few."

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