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MIA Announces Sponsorship


The Marina Industries Association yesterday announced that The Jetty Specialist has become a bronze-level sponsor of the organization.

The Jetty Company, based in Queensland, Australia, constructs marine structures including pontoons, piles, jetties, footbridges, marinas and boardwalks.

“Marina builders like The Jetty Specialist are the backbone of the marina industry, and it is great to see this support for the industry,” Marina Industries Association CEO Suzanne Davies said in a statement.

“The various accreditations and services the MIA offers improve the marina industry,” The Jetty Specialist general manager Jacob Morris said in the statement. “Our team at The Jetty Specialist can’t wait to promote the importance of a healthy marina industry through our new partnership.” 



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