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Yacht charter featured in Super Bowl marketing show

Meetings Afloat, a Tampa Bay yacht charter service, is featured in a new Internet slideshow from Inc. Magazine about entrepreneurs who have tapped into last weekend’s Super Bowl in Tampa, Fla.

The show highlights eight companies and their entrepreneurial leaders who are selling products and services in relation to the Super Bowl. In addition to Meetings Afloat, the companies include a sports travel service, the publisher of the official game program, a party planning service, specialty souvenir makers, and an Internet-based specialty food basket vendor.

Click here to view the slideshow.

Meetings Afloat specializes in providing “business boats” as “on-the-water” venues for off-site business meetings, corporate hospitality, marketing events such as product launches and educational seminars, and trade show support.

Click here for the complete release.

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