Please select your home edition
Edition
A+T Instruments BFD 2024 Leaderboard

Representative David Cook named Arizona State Legislator of the Year by NMMA

by National Marine Manufacturers Association 25 May 11:03 PDT

Arizona State Representative David Cook has been awarded the Arizona State Legislator of the Year Award by the National Marine Manufacturers Association (NMMA) for his support of the recreational boating and fishing industry.

The award recognizes Representative Cook's leadership in advocating for policies that support the boating industry, protect boaters, and create safer environments for everyone on the water. Specifically, Representative Cook has proactively worked to support the recreational boating and fishing industry through his support of common-sense boater education policy. "

"As a lifetime boat owner just minutes away from fabulous Lake Roosevelt, I am honored to receive the Legislator of the Year award from the National Marine Manufacturers Association for my work on H.B. 2149."

Continue reading the full article here...

Related Articles

NMMA Canada receives Federal Funding
To support export opportunities for manufacturers To help bolster Canada's recreational boating industry, specifically in the global marketplace, NMMA Canada announced it was approved for $140,084 in funding from Global Affairs Canada through its CanExport Associations program for the 2024-25 term. Posted on 21 Jun
Boating industry set to gather at IBEX
North America's largest trade event The International BoatBuilders' Exhibition and Conference (IBEX), North America's premier technical trade event for the recreational marine industry will take place at the Tampa Convention Center, October 1-3, 2024. Posted on 18 Jun
Members continue to call out Vessel Speed Rule
NMMA and its industry partners were not consulted during the drafting of the rule Members of Congress questioned NOAA Administrator Dr. Richard Spinrad on the agency's proposed expansion of the 2008 North Atlantic Right Whale Vessel Strike Reduction rule. Posted on 13 Jun
Recreational Boating Compliance & Standards update
NMMA Certification impacts the recreational marine industry worldwide As the premier product compliance program for boats, yachts, boat trailers, personal watercraft (PWC) and marine oils in the U.S., NMMA Certification impacts the recreational marine industry worldwide, helping to improve boat manufacturing Posted on 12 Jun
2024 IBEX Innovation Awards now accepting entries
New product entries are now being accepted through August 21 The International BoatBuilders' Exhibition and Conference (IBEX) will be hosting the prestigious IBEX Innovation Awards program during this year's event, taking place October 1-3 in Tampa. Posted on 6 Jun
NMMA Hall of Fame Award nominations deadline
Nominations are now being accepted until June 27 Nominations are now being accepted for the 2024 NMMA Hall of Fame Award. NMMA Hall of Fame inductees are industry icons — visionaries whose outstanding contributions have and continue to advance, guide, and transform the industry. Posted on 4 Jun
Biden Administration announces new section 301
NMMA urged the administration to reinstate all exclusions for marine products The Biden administration issued a press release announcing the FRN on the proposed modifications to the Section 301 tariffs on imports from China and limited exclusion process for certain machinery – which the administration disclosed this month. Posted on 3 Jun
Charter boat captains, industry experts speak out
Against the NOAA Vessel Speed Rule As NOAA's vessel speed rule is considered by the Office of Management and Budget, the recreational boating industry continues to advocate for the withdrawal of the rule in favor of the advanced marine technologies available today. Posted on 1 Jun
Projects to address AIS receive funding
Four selected projects comprise the first quarter of awardees of the Rapid Response Fund Earlier this month, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) announced four projects that will receive $785,000 to address the early detection and rapid response for aquatic invasive species (AIS) – a top priority for the recreational boating industry. Posted on 31 May
Biden administration awards over $21 million
BIG funds benefit local communities and waterways and the recreational boaters Last month, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) announced the agency's Boating Infrastructure Grant (BIG) program will provide more than $21 million in grant funding for 21 states to construct, renovate, and maintain marinas Posted on 30 May
Allen Dynamic 40 FooterNorth Sails Performance 2023 - FOOTERSelden 2020 - FOOTER