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Steve D’Antonio Client Care Training Workshops

Steve D’Antonio of Steve D’Antonio Marine Consulting, Inc. will be offering workshops on client care.  If you are interested in learning how to better serve your clients and boat owners, these sessions promise to be both informative and helpful.

Dates and Times:

Tuesday, April 13th, 2010
Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic, Lunenburg, NS
12:00pm – approximately 3:30 pm

Wednesday, April 14th, 2010
Rodd Colony Hotel, Yarmouth, NS
12:00pm – approximately 3:30 pm

Thursday, April 15th, 2010
Future Inns, Halifax, NS
12:00pm – approximately 3:30 pm

Lunch and refreshments will be provided for registered participants.

About the Instructor:

In 1992, Steve published his first technical article in Cruising World magazine on the subject of marine electrical systems.  Since then he’s written over 300 articles and columns on a variety of marine technical subjects for over a dozen marine publications.

His ability to explain highly technical information on a wide array of boating topics in a clear, easy to read and easy to use manner has made him one of the most widely read boating writers and lecturers today.  He is the Technical Editor of PassageMaker magazine, a contributing editor for Professional Boat Builder and Ocean Navigator magazines and a regular contributor / columnist for Cruising World magazine among others.  He lectures regularly for PassageMaker Magazine’s TrawlerFest events as ell as for owner’s groups, cruising associations and yacht clubs.  In 2009 his book on marine systems was published by McGraw Hill / International Marine Publishing.  As in his articles and lectures, the book includes detailed photographs from his library of over 50,000 technical and marine-related images.

Steve’s commitment is, and has been for many years, all about improving the safety and reliability of boating products to increase the confidence and enjoyment of the industry’s most valuable asset, boat owners.

Based on his 21 years experience in the marine trades as a marine mechanic, electrician, operations manager of a custom boat building shop, two boatyards, and technical journalist as well as through Steve D’Antonio Marine Consulting, Inc., Steve provides personalized and hands-on service to boat buyers, boat owners, boat builders, and equipment manufacturers, as well as others in the marine industry around the world.

Please register no later than Friday, April 9th!

If you wish to attend, please contact Chip or Toba.

Phone: 902.423.2378     Fax: 902.423.2379   Chip’s cell: 902.401.2442

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