2017 IMBC IS OPEN FOR REGISTRATION!

IMBC 2017 Schedule

 

Oct 16, 2016

Registration for the International Marina & Boatyard Conference (IMBC) is now available at www.marinaassociation.org/imbc/. IMBC, taking place January 25-27, 2017 at the Broward County Convention Center in Ft. Lauderdale, FL, is produced by the Association of Marina Industries (AMI).

 

“IMBC remains a one-stop shop for marina professionals and the annual event for our industry,” says AMI Chair Brad Gross, Certified Marina Manager (CMM). “It is where we gather to keep well-informed on trends, discuss new ideas, talk to suppliers about their new products hitting the market, and create important professional relationships. It is how we improve our businesses and find information to ensure continued success.”

 

Full conference passes start at $389 and include unlimited access to all educational seminars, round tables, workshops, food and beverages; entry into the exhibit hall; and admittance to all networking events. This year’s biggest events include the new IMBC Pub Crawl (full-conference registration, only), an AMI member meeting followed by a first-time attendee reception, and IMBC’s opening night Exhibit Hall Party on January 25.

 

As well as full conference passes, IMBC offers one-day passes and exhibit hall passes. As always, AMI members receive a discount on all passes. In addition to the perks of full conference and one-day passes, the marina and boatyard field trip may be added for $60 for AMI members and $90 for non-members. Exhibit hall-only and guest passes are also available for purchase.

 

Pre-registration rates will be available until Friday, January 20, 2017. Onsite registration will begin at 2:00 pm on Wednesday, January 25, 2017. For more information or to register, visit www.marinaassociation.org/IMBC.

 

Register here: https://marinaassociation.org/imbc/

 

* Please Note: All onsite registrations will have an additional processing fee per person *

Field Trip: Additional $10

All conference/e-hall passes: Additional $20

 

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