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Thursday August 22nd, 2019 8:11AM

Lanier Tech to showcase new Marine Technology Program at Atlanta Boat Show

By AccessWDUN Staff

Lanier Technical College will be promoting its new Marine Technology Program next week at the Atlanta Boat Show.

The show opens Thursday at the World Congress Center.

Click here for more informaton.

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Lanier Tech to showcase new Marine Technology Program at Atlanta Boat Show
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