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NORTHWEST MARINE TRADE ASSOCIATION RESCHEDULES ANACORTES BOAT & YACHT SHOW FOR LATE JUNE

Anacortes Boat and Yacht Show

Mar 31, 2020

The  Northwest Marine Trade Association (NMTA), in  conjunction with its partner the Anacortes Chamber of Commerce, today announced that it has rescheduled the third annual  Anacortes Boat & Yacht Show, originally set for May 14-17, 2020, until Thursday June 25 – Sunday, June 28, 2020.
 
“The safety and well-being of our staff, members, exhibitors and attendees is our first and foremost priority,” said George Harris, President/CEO of the NMTA. “In light of this and the fluid and continuously changing COVID-19 situation, our Board of Trustees met  and we made the unanimous decision to reschedule the Anacortes show until June 25 – June 28, 2020.”
 
All tickets that were pre-purchased for the original event dates will be honored during the new dates.
 
For more information on the event, please visit Anacortes Boat & Yacht Show
 
About the Northwest Marine Trade Association
The NMTA is the nation’s largest regional marine association. It represents more than 700 companies in the recreational boating industry, including boat dealers, boat brokers, marinas, boatyards, manufacturers, retailers and suppliers of boating accessories and services. The NMTA’s mission is to promote the growth of recreational boating and members’ businesses. The NMTA produces the Seattle Boat Show, the West Coast’s largest boat show and the Northwest Paddling Festival.
 
About the Anacortes Chamber of Commerce
The Anacortes Chamber of Commerce is a member-based organization representing 500 businesses, community organizations and interested individuals. Its mission is to promote economic prosperity through innovative leadership, advocacy and collaborative community engagement. The Anacortes Chamber of Commerce also acts as the Destination Marketing Organization promoting to the travelling public and greeting guests to encourage them to Experience Anacortes…your island getaway. 
 
Contact:
Lisa Samuelson
Samuelson Communications
Cell:206-954-2574
E-mail:lisa@samuelsoncom.com

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