MRAA offers free partner member registrations for dealer conference

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The Marine Retailers Association of the Americas said it added a new benefit for Partner, Premier Partner and Platinum Partner members.

Partner members that exhibit at the Marine Dealer Conference & Expo will receive complimentary MDCE registrations for their team members on top of the two that are included with any standard booth order.

Standard MRAA Partner members will receive one additional free conference registration (a $499 value); MRAA Premier Partner members will receive 1-1/2 additional free conference registrations (a $748.50 value); and MRAA Platinum Partner members will receive two additional free conference registrations (a $998 value).

The MRAA said it added the benefit as a thank-you to manufacturers and suppliers that have demonstrated tremendous commitment to the dealer community.

“MDCE is the place for industry-leading dealers, manufacturers and suppliers to come together to learn, strengthen existing relationships and explore new partnerships,” MRAA director of education Liz Walz said in a statement.

“This new MRAA member-only benefit is designed to show our gratitude to those manufacturers and suppliers that are supporting retailers’ growth and improvement at the highest levels. We want to help them take full advantage of the opportunities MDCE represents.”

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