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NSW Marine Brokers Assoc launches consumer campaign

by Creating Demand on 20 Sep 2011
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NSW Marine Brokers Association commences consumer focused boating awareness campaign.

The Marine Brokers Association of NSW (MBA), a Division of the Boating Industry Association of NSW (BIA), has commenced an awareness campaign promoting boat ownership and the benefits of dealing with a BIA Accredited Marine Broker.

The thirty-six accredited members of the Marine Brokers Association, many long standing Sydney based boat sales professionals, are focused on offering boat owners and buyers with a highly professional sales and service experience.

The superior experience is the result of professionalism, and is assured through a commitment to the industry endorsed Marine Sales Professional Development Program. The Program is focused on service, ethics, and business best-practice, ensuring that boat owners and buyers receive the highest levels of service and support when dealing with a BIA Accredited Marine Broker.

BIA Accredited Marine Brokers understand that the ownership experience for their clients doesn't finish once they deliver their boat. Many provide education for boat buyers and organize a range of social and on-water events to ensure that those who purchase a boat enjoy all of the incredible lifestyle experiences that owning a boat delivers.

This campaign will focus on communicating these benefits to the public, highlighting the value, quality, and service that BIA Accredited Marine Brokers provide.

Marine Sales Professionals understand the risks of buying and selling high value assets. For existing owners and those new to boating, this means peace of mind. When considering the importance of matching clients with the right boat, or the potential pitfalls of purchasing privately or in complex offshore deals, the appeal of professional support is obvious.

This awareness campaign is all about highlighting the benefit of buying and selling with a specialist service provider, accredited by their industry association. As summer approaches and the market heats up, educating the public will be critical to ensure positive and rewarding experiences, assured when dealing with a BIA Accredited Broker.

Members of the Marine Brokers Association are active supporters of the Boating Industry Association’s initiatives aimed to promote the life enhancing benefits of boating. For family and friends, there is simply no better lifestyle experience.

The coordinated efforts of the BIA and MBA ensure that boat ownership remains the number one choice in recreation, and that buying, selling, and owning a boat is as rewarding as can be.

More at www.bia.org.au/marine-brokers/index.html
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