NMMA hosting webinar for ABC preparation

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Attendees at the upcoming 2018 American Boating Congress will be discussing a number of major policy decisions that will have long-term impacts on the marine industry. Among those are the Modern Fish Act, the year-round sale of E15, workforce shortage and domestic and global tariffs.

On May 2 at 3 p.m., the National Marine Manufacturers Association will host an hour-long webinar that will provide more details about the issues and how visitors to ABC can make the most of their time.

Webinar agenda tops include the following:

  • What to expect from ABC 2018 — schedule highlights
  • A review of major marine industry issues including trade/tariffs, fishing, infrastructure, workforce development, fuel policy and more.
  • How to advocate for your industry on Capitol Hill
  • Q&A with NMMA government relations staff

Presenters during the webinar will include Nicole Vasilaros, NMMA VP of federal and legal affairs, Erica Crocker, director of political advocacy and engagement, Michael Pasko, director of federal government affairs and Lance West, director of federal government affairs.


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