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Registration Still Open for NMMA Webinar

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The National Marine Manufacturers Association is holding a webinar March 4 to provide an update on the state of the boating industry.

Speakers include NMMA president Frank Hugelmeyer, who will outline the latest sales data, trends and advocacy, as well as market-development priorities for the year.

In addition, Recreational Boating and Fishing Foundation senior vice president of marketing and communications Stephanie Vatalaro will give an update on the group’s Take Me Fishing marketing partnership with NMMA and the Discover Boating campaign.

The webinar will include the presentation of the Marine Industry Customer Satisfaction Index Awards and the Alan J. Freedman Award.

Click here to register.

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