Wesmar class registration is now open

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Wesmar's technical training classes will be held June 15-16 and Aug. 17-18 at company headquarters in Woodinville, Wash.

More than 600 students have graduated from Wesmar's stabilizer, bow thruster and sonar courses. The goal of the classes is to enhance ownership of Wesmar products with an extensive worldwide cadre of factory-trained people.

The workshops are open to all Wesmar dealers and distributors, and to the many service agents, builders and other partners working with Wesmar around the world.

Space is limited, and reservations are on a first-come, first-served basis.

Registration forms can be downloaded from the Wesmar Web site. For information, e-mail Bob Sentz  or call (425) 481-2296.

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