NMMA boating abstract available Friday

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The 2009 Recreational Boating Statistical Abstract will be available Friday for download to renewed NMMA members for the 2010-11 membership cycle.

Anyone who has submitted a membership payment for the new June 1, 2010, through May 31, 2011 cycle, and would like details on how to obtain the abstract through the members-only Web site, should e-mail a request to Bryan Welsh at bwelsh@nmma.org.

Members who have not renewed for the pending June 1 deadline can contact Welsh to request an electronic or fax version of the dues declaration invoice form.

Hard copies of the Boating Statistical Abstract are no longer available.

DVD copies are available to current paid members for $225. Non-member DVD copies are available for $950.

To order a DVD, e-mail Chris Keil or call (312) 946.6209.

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