RBBI Alert Breaking Boat Building Industry News listserv
Breaking News Listserv
For the Boat Building Industry
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RBBI Alert sends an e-mail message to subscribers when major news events occur in the
boat building industry.The message briefly explains the news event and provides a link
to our entry page (http://www.rbbi.com). Our entry page will direct you to full coverage of the
Over the past year, we were the first industry source to announce most major boat building industry events.
- Brunswick pulls plug on Mercury PWC project
- Greenway wins bidding war for OMC
- David Jones named president of OMC
- IMTEC product innovation award to Suzuki
- Genmar resigns from NMMA
- Egg Harbor Yachts folds
- Ft. Lauderdale speedboat crash kills 6
- Brunswick announces they are subject of FTC probe into MerCruiser stern drive sales
- Jeff Napier resigns as NMMA president
- Bowen bill to ban 2 stroke outboards is defeated in California
- Marine Max IPO stock offering is off, then on again
- Brunswick loses $133 million monopoly suit to Independent Boat Builders
- John Russell to head US Marine
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hear from RBBI Alert when major stories such as those above are breaking.
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