NMMA calling for Florida advocacy fly-in participants

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The National Marine Manufacturers Association is holding its second Florida advocacy fly-in Nov. 12-13 in Tallahassee. NMMA said in a statement that direct industry engagement in the advocacy process is “essential to the long-term health of recreational boating.” The association is encouraging Florida stakeholders to participate.

NMMA hopes to build legislative support for Everglades restoration, improving water quality and modernizing Florida’s boating infrastructure. The morning session will feature speakers and panel discussions followed by meetings with legislators, including house and senate leadership and gubernatorial staff.

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