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MRAA rolls out new online business directory

The Marine Retailers Association of the Americas launched a new online business directory.

The Marine Retailers Association of the Americas launched a new online business directory.

The MRAA Marine Industry Directory contains hundreds of complimentary company listings for MRAA members and opportunities for them to upgrade to more detailed, comprehensive listings for greater industry exposure.

“MRAA receives e-mails and phone calls from members on a regular basis requesting contact information for suppliers of various types — everything from software providers to boat manufacturers,” MRAA president Matt Gruhn said in a statement.

“Similarly, our Partner and Associate members are not only looking for referrals, but also frequently inquire about ways the association can help them promote their businesses’ products and services to generate growth opportunities in the industry,” Gruhn said. “The directory provides a means of easily organizing this information and providing 24/7 access to it online, giving them increased exposure for their products and services.”

A basic listing in the directory is free for all industry suppliers and includes company name, address and phone number.



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