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Massachusetts Marine Trades Association (MMTA) to host HYBRID Business of Boating (BOB) Conference

For Immediate Release

The Massachusetts Marine Trades Association (MMTA) is pleased to announce it will host the annual Business of Boating (BOB) conference in person on Thursday, January 20, 2022, at Lakeview Pavilion, Foxboro, MA. This will be the 16th year for this educational conference. The MMTA is excited to kickstart the new year with the return of this educational conference. Recognizing the changing business environment and in an effort to attract more attendees from across the country, the conference will be a hybrid event with a remote option available. The BOB conference will feature a full lineup of educational sessions and all presenters are planning to be in person at the event. 

The educational sessions will include the following and more:

MMTA will host two networking events on Wednesday, January 19, 2022, the night before the conference. These events include a welcome reception at Tavolino restaurant and a social event at Splitsville Luxury Lanes. Both locations are onsite at Patriot Place. There are also two hotel options and a block of rooms reserved for conference attendees who join us the night before the conference. We hope many attendees will join us the night before for these networking events.

For more information on the conference or to register, please visit: 2022 Business of Boating (BOB) Conference - Thursday January 20th, 2022

If you have any questions on the conference or sponsorship opportunities within the MMTA, please contact MMTA Executive Director Randall Lyons – or (774) 404-8005


Established in 1964, the Massachusetts Marine Trades Association (MMTA) is the statewide, representative body for approximately 1,000 marine trades businesses in the Commonwealth that employ approximately 20,000 men and women. The mission of the Association is to further the interests of the marine trades and the boating public through the promotion of boating, participation in legislation and professional improvement programs.

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