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MRA conference set for Las Vegas

The 39th annual Marina Recreational Association Educational Conference and Trade Show will be held Nov. 2-4 in Las Vegas at the Rio Casino and Report.

"After our remarkable conference last November in Lake Tahoe, we are really looking forward to building on the energy of our membership this year in Las Vegas," MRA president Jim Hayes said in a statement. "We encourage all marina operators and marine trade exhibitors to meet us in Las Vegas. The issues have national importance. What happens in California, doesn't just stay in California."

The MRA is offering special programs for new members. The first 18 new marina members to join the MRA will get a free ticket to the conference if they have never before attended.

Also, the association is planning to enlarge the amount of booth space for the trade show portion of the event.

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