Soundings Trade Only to Host ‘Pitch the Pros’

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Soundings Trade Only will host “Pitch the Pros,” an online round-robin event to showcase the latest products, technologies and innovations entering the marine marketplace this spring.

Each participating manufacturer will have five minutes to present products to marine trades professionals. Presenters will also offer links to download detailed product information.

“With the lack of spring, in-person events and challenges from the pandemic impacting travel and customer visits, we wanted to offer an informative, fast, fun and easy way to learn about new products in a condensed time frame,” Michele Goldsmith, publisher of Soundings Trade Only, said in a statement. “This is a way for our marine community, from management to sales, purchasing, service and more, to hear directly from leading manufacturers.”

Pitch the Pros is a free, one-hour Zoom webinar scheduled for March 2-3 from 12 p.m.-1 p.m. (ET). Click here for more information.

Potential presenters can contact Michele Goldsmith at mgoldsmith@aimmedia.com.

Attendees will receive the presenter schedule and contact information. Post-event pitches will be available in the webinars section of TradeOnlyToday.com.

Pitch the Pros is sponsored by the National Marine Distributors Association.

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