FYBA Co-Hosts 2013 American Boating Congress

Jan 10, 2013

23 Industry Organizations Come Together to Co-Host the 2013 American Boating Congress!

The 2013 American Boating Congress is once again a true, all-industry event this year co-hosted by 23 organizations to date. The co-hosts, who support ABC by contributing time and assisting in program development, are as follows:

  •  American Boat Builders & Repairers Association
  •  Association of Marina Industries
  •  BoatU.S.
  •  Boy Scouts/Sea Scouts
  •  Boating Trades Association of Metropolitan Houston
  •  Center for Coastal Conservation
  •  CT Marine Trades Association
  •  Florida Yacht Brokers Association
  •  Lake Erie Marine Trades Association
  •  Michigan Boating Industries Association
  •  Marine Retailers Association of America
  •  National Boating Federation
  •  National Marine Bankers Association
  •  National Marine Distributors Association
  •  National Marine Manufacturers Association
  •  Northwest Marine Trade Association
  •  National Marine Trade Council
  •  RI Marine Trades Association
  •  South Carolina Marine Association
  •  States Organization for Boating Access
  •  U.S. Superyacht Association
  •  Wisconsin Marine Association
  •  Water Sports Industry Association

Join recreational boating industry advocates, stakeholders, policy makers, co-hosts and more on May 8-9 for the 2013 American Boating Congress in Washington, DC. ABC will once again feature an engaging line-up of savvy experts available to answer industry and policy-specific questions affecting your business.

You are the industry's most effective advocate. No lobbyist is as influential as an employer from a member's district or state. Attending ABC and going on Capitol Hill visits with others from your state is the best way to update your representatives on issues that affect your livelihood and help them to understand your position when voting on issues that affect our industry. Registration now open! Register online today, here. Questions? Contact Lauren Dunn at ldunn@nmma.org or
202-737-9752.