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Download your copy of NMMA’s 2011 Statistical Abstract

June 4th, 2012 / By: / Industry News

The National Marine Manufacturers Association (NMMA) offers its members the 2011 Recreational Boating Statistical Abstract—the comprehensive collection of recreational boating data. The Abstract is available for immediate download for members who have renewed their membership for the 2012/2013 membership year, which began June 1.

Updated with current market facts and figures, the Abstract quantifies the economic impact of recreational boating and presents detailed charts and graphs on registrations, sales, expenditures, participation, the retail market, imports/exports, the pre-owned boat market and more. Data are analyzed by market segment, region and state, identifying regional and segment trends.

Among the 2011 report’s highlights:

  • New Section 18 on Marine Accessory Sales
  • Updated demographic data on boating participants and owners including demographics on the type of boat owned
  • Economic data including an analysis of boaters’ expenditures and trip spending, expenditures by state, as well as the economic value of boating by state
  • An expanded import/export section featuring profiles of the top five trading partners for the U.S.

The 2011 Recreational Boating Statistical Abstract provides the industry with one common set of numbers to reference when assessing the recreational marine market. The information is also a valuable tool for government relations and industry advocacy efforts.

NMMA members receive one free PDF copy of the 2011 Recreational Boating Statistical Abstract. DVD editions may be purchased. Non-members may purchase the DVD.

NMMA is dedicated to advocating for and promoting the strength of marine manufacturing, the sales and service networks of its members and the boating lifestyle.

Source: National Marine Manufacturers Association

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