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ABBRA Business Leader Reception

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Date(s) - Nov 1, 2014
08:00 am - 11:00 am

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ABBRA (American Boat Builders & Repairers Association) and Marine Industries Association of South Florida (MIASF) members in the Southeast region are invited to our second Business Leader Reception! Join us on Saturday, November 1st at 8:00am aboard the MIASF Aqualounge at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show for a breakfast meeting and networking with your fellow members and hear from President and CEO of Viking Yachts, Pat Healey as he reflects on Viking’s 50 years of success and shares his vision for the future. This networking breakfast and business meeting presentation will offer attendees a chance to better understand Healey’s successful formula for boat building and service in the recreational marine industry.

This event is free to members of ABBRA and MIASF and includes a continental breakfast. Non-members can attend for $25.

The MIASF AquaLounge is located at Superyacht Life Slip 2.

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