NMLA sets annual conference for September

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The National Marine Lenders Association will hold its annual lenders conferenceSept. 21-23 at the Silverado Resort and Spa in Napa, Calif.

The three-day event includes a state-of-the-industry address, an economic forecast directed toward the recreational market, legislation and other issues that affect marine lending, and opportunities to network and socialize with top marine finance and affiliated industry professionals.

This year’s event will feature Michael Moebs, of Moebs $ervices, Inc., who will show conferees how to use his financial services pricing system tool to better serve consumers and generate greater income for their businesses.

Moebs also will conduct a smaller hands-on session for those interested in how his pricing strategy can be used for their businesses.

The Silverado Resort and Spa will honor NMLA rates of $179 a night from Sept. 17-27, subject to availability.

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