Proposals sought for 2010 IMBC

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The IMBC committee is requesting proposals from experienced professionals with important information to share for the 2010 International Marina & Boatyard Conference.

The conference takes place Jan. 27-30, at the Tampa (Fla.) Convention Center.

Coordinators are looking for presentations pertinent to IMBC's audience, which includes:

•    internationally acclaimed marina industry professionals
•    Certified Marina Managers
•    marina managers, owners and operators
•    boatbuilders
•    boat repairers
•    service professionals and more

Presentations can be designed for all levels of experience, from fundamental to intermediate to advanced topics. The IMBC committee asks that the information be timely, informative and educational without overt company or product promotions.

The deadline for submissions is May 8.

Click here for information.

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