NMMA seeks registrations for Capitol Hill visits

To guarantee Hill visits, the NMMA asks industry members to register by April 1.
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The National Marine Manufacturers Association is helping 2017 American Boating Congress attendees plan their Capitol Hill visits, which will be organized into state delegations this year.

The new approach is designed to help advocates be more effective as they meet with senators, House members and their staffs to discuss legislative concerns and opportunities.

To guarantee Hill visits, the NMMA asks industry members to register by April 1.

ABC will take place May 15-17 in Washington, D.C.

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