NMMA Canada Breakfast InvitationAll members of the marine industry attending the Toronto International Boat Show are invited to register to attend the NMMA Canada Boating Industry Breakfast, Tuesday, January 16, 2018.

The event takes place at the Beanfield Centre (formerly the Allstream Centre) which is located across from the Enercare Centre, the location of Toronto Boat Show at 105 Prince's Blvd., Toronto, Ontario.

The Agenda includes “Welcome” with Andy Adams, Editor, Boating Industry Canada, the NMMA Canada Annual General Meeting lead by Tom MacNair, Chair, NMMA Canada Board of Directors, the NMMA Canada Update with Sara Anghel, President of NMMA Canada.

Back by popular demand is Keynote Speaker Tim Quinlan, from Wells Fargo. 

Tim Quinlan is a director and senior economist with Wells Fargo Securities. Based in Charlotte, N.C. he provides analysis on the macro U.S. economy and major foreign economies. Domestically, he covers industrial production, manufacturing, and business investment spending. His international efforts concentrate on Japan, Canada, Korea, and Australia. Tim's work has been published in academic economic journals and his comments on the economy regularly appear in The Wall Street Journal, the New York Times and USA Today. 

The event will conclude with the NMMA Canada 2018 Hall of Fame Award presentation.

The Hall of Fame honours individuals whose achievements are synonymous with the pursuit of quality, innovation and perfection within their respective spheres of expertise. 

The NMMA Canada Boating Industry Breakfast is from 8:30 am–11:00 am

 and begins with breakfast, served 8:30 am–9:00 am.

RSVP by January 10, 2018. Click here to RSVP and to reserve your seat

You Must RSVP to Attend. Limited seating available.  The event is sponsored by Wells Fargo and Boating Industry Canada.

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