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DON’T MISS THE BOAT! REGISTER NOW FOR THE MARINE FABRICATORS CONFERENCE

IFAI Conference

Jan 8, 2019

Time is running out to register in advance for the 2019 Marine Fabricators Conference. Don’t miss your chance to experience the beautiful Queen Mary in Long Beach, California. Network with your peers and learn new ideas for building your business.

Event highlights:

Tools Tips & Tricks
Mike Charpentier, Paul’s Custom Canvas and Charlene Clark, Signature Canvasmakers LLC
This interactive discussion explores the newest tools, clever tips and tricks to make your job faster and easier. Vote for you favorites onsite.

Deluxe Enclosures
Steve Szenay, Serge Ferrari North America Inc; Dave Elliott, David’s Custom Trimmers Pty Ltd.
Explore two very different methods for fabricating deluxe enclosures.

Shop Tour | Harbor Custom Canvas
Explore Harbor Custom Canvas as we tour the facility and learn how the largest fabricator in Long Beach lays out their shop and conducts business.

Register here: https://marine.ifai.com/marine-fabricators-conference/register/

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