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Triton Captains From the Bridge lunch

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Date(s) - Apr 11, 2019
12:00 pm - 01:00 pm

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Greater Fort Lauderdale/Broward County Convention Center

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The Triton’s From the Bridge captains lunch, a roundtable discussion of the issues of the day for captains who earn their livings running someone else’s yacht.

This month, we host the conversation live in front of an audience at the Refit Show. We will discuss the process of requesting, receiving and analyzing estimates for repair and refit jobs. Experienced captains, this is a great chance to educate business owners, sales managers and others on what you need and how you handle estimates as part of the repair and refit process.

Be prepared to take questions from the audience afterward.

Request a seat at the table from Triton Publisher Lucy Chabot Reed at lucy@the-triton.com or 954-525-0029. Space is limited.

Click to read previous topics of discussions during Triton From the Bridge lunch.

 

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