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Sailing conference set for June

Members of the sailing industry will meet June 14-16 in Annapolis for the second Sailing Industry Conference and Regatta, which will focus on "the new economic realities" emerging from the recession.

Presentations and discussion will include "Changes in Behavior of the Sailing Consumer," "Banking and Finance: How It Has Changed," "It's Not Just a Recession," and "The Future of Selling."

Headlining the conference is Dean Brenner, management consultant and chairman of the U.S. Olympic committee. His keynote presentation focuses on the formula for leadership success in the 21st century and will deliver ideas that attendees can immediately apply to their respective businesses, according to organizers.

Soundings Trade Only is the event's media partner.

Click here for the full release with a link to the conference schedule.

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