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New Jersey trade group debuts revamped website

The Marine Trades Association of New Jersey launched a redesigned website as part of the group's 40th anniversary celebration.

“The refreshed imaging mirrors the transformation of the organization from a small trade association to its present role as a powerful voice in Trenton and on the national stage,” the association announced in a statement.

"It has been an exciting year for the MTA/NJ with the success of our inaugural New Jersey Boat Sale & Expo in February, the creation of a new logo and now the launch of our new website," MTA/NJ executive director Melissa Danko said in a statement. "This new site will allow us to effectively communicate and provide important information to our members and the boating public on all that we do for the boating industry."

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