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Star brite plans to join ICAST preview event

Marine product manufacturer Star brite said it will take part in Tackle X, a unique venue that allows writers to see products acting in real-world settings the day before the International Convention of Allied Sportfishing Trades opens at the Orange County Convention Center in Florida.

The event will be a showcase of the latest products and services from the sportfishing industry on July 15 at Lake X, Mercury Marine’s former research and development facility.

Lake X is set in 10,426 acres of Florida wilderness. The lake is 1,450 acres in size, 3 miles long and a mile wide.

In addition to a selection of core marine products, Star brite will provide a sneak peek at products that will be launched in 2015.

Shuttle buses will run between the Orange County Convention Center and Lake X. Lunch will be provided.

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