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MRAA seeks ‘young leaders’ nominations

The Marine Retailers Association of America is seeking nominations for its Young Leaders Advisory Council.

YLAC is looking for nominees to meet twice a year and provide ideas and insights, as well as working jointly with council members on subcommittees pertaining to their expertise. The outcome and recommendations from these meetings are then presented to the MRAA board.

Nominees must be 40 years old or younger, must hold a position of significance in a dealership and must have a minimum of five years of marine experience.

To nominate a young professional, contact YLAC chairwoman Carly Poole at carly@buckeyemarine.com. Nominations will be accepted through July 15.

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