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Mercury Marine sets time for Miami seminar

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Mercury Marine is presenting a session titled "Demystifying Marine Catalysts" at next week's Miami International Boat Show.

The session is set for 10 a.m. Friday in Room A201 of the Miami Beach Convention Center.

It is designed to explain the basics of catalyzed engines and their effect on the marine industry. The session will focus on upcoming regulations and requirements, and changes that the company is making to its engines.

MerCruiser product manager Facundo Onni and Kevin Grodzki, the company's president of marketing, sales and commercial operations, will make the presentation.

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