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AMI staff attends IBEX special session on disaster relief and recovery
September 20, 2017
IBEX 2017 held a special session on disaster relief. This little over an hour session focused on what do do at your facility after experiencing a natural disaster. See this September's Legislative Report for preliminary information from the session. You can find resources provided by NMMA here. Stay tuned for more information from the session as it becomes available by IBEX.
NMMA, AMI, and state trade associations submit letters on Harvey and Irma relief
September 19, 2017
AMI joined the National Marine Manufacturing Association and other trade associations to members of the Texas and Florida federal delegation in order to elevate awareness on the impact Hurricane Harvey and Irma had on marinas and boating infrastructure in Texas and Florida respectively. See an example of the Florida and Texas letters.
AMI and Affiliates submit proposal to 2020 National Electric Code Update
September 7, 2017
AMI and its affiliates (Virginia Marine Trades Association, Marina Association of Texas, Midwest Marina Association, and the Pacific Coast Congress of Harbor Masters and Port Managers) submitted a proposal for the 2020 National Electric Code update. This effort is to connect better with a code making process that effects almost every marina and boatyard business in the United States. More updates will come as the 2020 update process moves forward.
AMI Joins Outdoor Recreation Industry Roundtable (ORIR)
August 28, 2017
AMI is proud to announce our membership to the Outdoor Recreation Industry Roundtable (ORIR). AMI joins America’s outdoor recreation leaders to promote the growth of the outdoor recreation economy, through policy and legislative reform. Among the members of this group are the National Marine Manufacturers Association, BoatUS, and the Marine Retailers Association of the Americas (MRAA).
AMI supports new legislation to preserve Great Lakes
July 16th, 2017This bill just introduced into congress by U.S. Senators Debbie Stabenow (D-MI), Gary Peters (D-MI) and Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio) will next go to committee. The bill establishes a Great Lakes Aquatic Connectivity and Infrastructure Program supports fisheries conservation on the Great Lakes, a top priority for the recreational boating industry. More from NMMA.