Don’t Show Up On The Wrong Day For The Boating Ontario Trade Show!


The Boating Ontario Trade Show is a four hour focused event that brings together Ontario’s recreational marine industry.  This Show has been a part of Boating Ontario (previously known as Ontario Marine Operators Association) for over 20 years.  It is no surprise that when we changed the date of the Trade Show to the middle day of the Boating Ontario Conference from the last day that a few people were confused!

So, for all of those exhibitors that have been part of the Trade Show for years – the 2011 Trade Show will be on the MONDAY.  More specifically, it will be on Monday December 5, 2011 from 1pm – 5pm.

We are looking forward to seeing you there!

If you would like more information on attending or exhibiting at the Boating Ontario Conference & Trade Show visit our web site or call Jackie Crawford Wink at 705.826.2148.

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