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IYBA names 2020 board of directors

IYBA 2020 - Board

The International Yacht Brokers Association announced its board of directors for 2020, including adding Jon Burkard of Allied Marine and Chuck Cashman of MarineMax as new members.

Burkard and Cashman were nominated and elected by member of IYBA members, which promotes professionalism and cooperation through education, networking and the removal of barriers to maritime commerce. Association bylaws establish a code of ethics and encourage best practices when dealing with other brokers.

IYBA is co-owner of the Miami Yacht Show, and owns and operates the only multiple listing service for yachts. The association said it is expanding and accepting new members.

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