NMCA Announces Professional Advisory Council

Thursday, June 19, 2003
The National Marine Charter Association (NMCA) has announced its Professional Advisory Council as its latest membership benefit and resource to the marine charter industry. The Council has been created to play an essential consulting role to the marine charter industry by providing information and guidance to the association's members and Board of Directors. "NMCA is excited about this new benefit. It provides the membership and Board with a tremendous resource to have their business questions answered by experts in the charter business, on a multitude of topics and subject areas ," said Fiona Morgan, NMCA's Executive Director. The Council is made up of professionals from various segments of the maritime community including admiralty law, advertising, marketing, marine surveying and more. Additional information on Council members can be found on the NMCA web site at www.marinecharter.org. NMCA will continue to increase the professional participation on the Council to include additional areas of expertise within the maritime industry. The members of NMCA's Professional Advisory Council are:

Richard Dein - Maritime Business Consultant Maritime Operations Analysis, Inc., Annapolis, MD; Kirk Gillis - Marketing Recreational Boating and Fishing Foundation, Alexandria, VA Allen Graham - Admiralty Law Lyons, Pipes & Cook, P.C., Mobile, AL Mark Kaufman - Marine Surveyor Kaufman Design, Severna Park, MD Thomas Murray - Marine Business Specialist Sea Grant, Virginia Institute of Marine Science College of William and Mary, Gloucester Point, VA Mark Rhodes - Marine Surveyor Rhodes Marine Surveyors, Lighthouse Point, FL Bob Roth - Marketing and Advertising Charternet.com, Sanford, FL Stephen White - Admiralty Law Wright, Constable & Skeen, L.L.P., Baltimore, MD

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