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NMMA schedules ABC webinar

The webinar will be held from 2 to 3 p.m. on April 26.

Organizers of the May 15-17 American Boating Congress are holding a webinar to discuss issues and help attendees prepare for their time on Capitol Hill.

The webinar will be held from 2 to 3 p.m. on April 26. The agenda topics include:

* What to expect from ABC 2017

* The state of play in Washington, D.C., politics

* Background on the boating industry’s top legislative issues, such as ethanol, infrastructure, tax, trade and boating safety, and how to effectively communicate the industry’s most important issues on Capitol Hill

* Q&A with the NMMA government relations staff

Webinar presenters will include Nicole Vasilaros, vice president of federal and legal affairs at the National Marine Manufacturers Association; Erica Crocker, director of political advocacy and engagement; and Michael Pasko, director of government affairs.

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