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MICHIGAN'S MARINE INDUSTRY REPRESENTATIVES TO MEET IN TROY DEC. 2-4

 MICHIGAN'S MARINE INDUSTRY REPRESENTATIVES TO MEET IN TROY DEC. 2-4
 Michigan's annual Recreational Boating Conference is scheduled for Dec. 2-4, 1992, at the Somerset Inn in Troy, Mich. The three-day educational and social conference attracts marine business representatives from around the state as well as Indiana, Ohio and Canada.
 The conference is sponsored by the Michigan Boating Industries Association, a statewide trade association representing more than 300 marine businesses. It is held in cooperation with the Michigan Department of Natural Resources and the Michigan Sea Grant. More than 150 representatives are expected to participate.
 The conference agenda is designed to address many of the critical business and marine-related issues facing marine businesses today. In addition to industry-specific issues, the conference will focus on the basics of good business practices. Fourteen top speakers fill the agenda and will feature workshops dealing with negotiations, employee relations and selling strategies. Big-name industry speakers will discuss legislative issues, the state of the industry and future trends. Well-known Detroit law firm Butzel Long will conduct a half-day workshop on legal issues affecting the marine industry.
 "At a time when our industry is being affected by recession, taxation, user fees and regulations, it is very beneficial for us to support one another through education and shared experience," said Van W. Snider Jr., MBIA executive director. "Education is critical to business stability and growth."
 CONTACT: Van W. Snider Jr., executive director, or Nicki Carl, communications coordinator, Michigan Boating Industries Association, 313-344-1330 or (fax) 313-344-2983.
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