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NMMA Hall of Fame nominations due tomorrow

NMMA-HOF

Nominations for the National Marine Manufacturers Association Hall of Fame will be accepted through tomorrow. The award honors those who have made or continue to make substantial contributions to the marine industry.

Eligibility requirements include:

  • made a substantial and lasting impact on the industry or their particular segment
  • known in the industry and is beyond personal or professional reproach
  • was or continues to be a member or supporter of the NMMA
  • actively involved in the marine industry for a minimum of 10 years

Nominations can be submitted at the NMMA Hall of Fame award webage. Direct questions to Rachel Harmon at rharmon@nmma.org.

The results will be presented during the International BoatBuilders’ Exhibition and Conference industry breakfast in Tampa, Fla., Oct 1.

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