Norman-Spencer sponsoring certification workshops

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Marine Industry Dealership Certification says Norman-Spencer Marine will sponsor its spring 2009 online launch workshops.

MIDC’s online workshops reduce costs to program participants and make earning the “Marine Industry Certified” designation more efficient as dealerships look for ways to cut costs.

“Now more than ever we need to come together as an industry and figure out ways to support one another,” said Mark Yearn, national program manager for Norman-Spencer Marine.  “We feel good about putting resources against Marine Industry Dealership Certification because we know firsthand that customer satisfaction is key to growth.”

Attendance at an online Launch Workshop is the first step for all dealerships that wish to get started on the “Marine Industry Certified” process. The spring 2009 online Launch Workshops will take place March 17-18; April 7-8; April 21-22 and May 12-13

Click here for the full release and registration information.

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