Registration for member credentials at NMMA shows starts today

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Trade registration for National Marine Manufacturers Association boat shows opens today. The industry credential affords the same access as exhibitors, allowing entrance to NMMA shows two hours prior to opening each day, the group said.

The NMMA operates 18 shows around the country.

The credential is complimentary for members through Nov. 15 and costs $50 from Nov. 16 to April 2020. Non-members pay $50 through Nov. 15 and $75 thereafter.

Find a list of shows here.



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