MRAA seeks applicants for workshop scholarships

The Marine Retailers Association of the Americas’ Educational Foundation said it is seeking nominations and applications for the 2015 Kevin Lodder Scholarship.
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The Marine Retailers Association of the Americas’ Educational Foundation said it is seeking nominations and applications for the 2015 Kevin Lodder Scholarship.

The Kevin Lodder Scholarship Fund, which was founded in memory of Kevin Lodder, of Lodder’s Marine in Fairfield, Ohio, provides a full scholarship to attend a weeklong Spader Business Management Total Management 1 Workshop to an employee of an MRAA retail member.

The MRAA said the workshop details skills that will increase profits, stability and growth for the dealership. Attendees will leave the workshop with a clear set of principles, processes and tools to take their company to new levels of performance and profitability.

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For information and to apply, visit the Kevin Lodder Scholarship web page by clicking here. The deadline for applications is Sept. 30.

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