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2021 Progressive Insurance Atlantic City Boat Show canceled

by National Marine Manufacturers Association 18 Feb 17:21 PST
Progressive Insurance Atlantic City Boat Show © National Marine Manufacturers Association

The NMMA has decided to cancel this year's Progressive Insurance Atlantic City Boat Show.

After exploring all avenues to move ahead with a 2021 event (originally postponed from Feb. to April 2021), and continuing to follow guidance from state/local authorities and the Atlantic City Convention Center, canceling the 2021 boat show was deemed the most prudent course of action.

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