NMMA sets industry address for Miami

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The National Marine Manufacturers Association is holding its annual State of the Recreational Boating Industry address at 7:30 a.m. Feb. 17 at the 2011 Miami international Boat Show and Strictly Sail Miami.

Returning to its traditional breakfast format, this year's event will include an in-depth analysis of the future of the boating industry by NMMA president Thom Dammrich, the 2011 Innovation Awards ceremony honoring the year's leaders in boating advancement, a look ahead at the national Discover Boating program and other notable industry updates.

The event takes place in Room A 201 at the Miami Beach Convention Center.

The State of the Recreational Boating Industry Breakfast is by invitation only. For information or if you're interested in attending this year's event, contact Sarah Ryser at sryser@nmma.org or (312) 976-6285.

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