Blue Mountain


May 8, 2016

Boating Ontario has unveiled its 2016 Annual Conference location at Blue Mountain Resort in Blue Mountain, Ontario on November 27th to 29th, 2016. An all NEW format includes informative keynote presentations, seminars and a Pub Crawl. The traditional Presidents Awards Dinner will take place on Monday evening, leaving Tuesday for educational sessions followed by the keynote luncheon. We will be replacing the traditional trade show with a Pub Crawl, featuring locations hosted by trade members on Sunday evening after the Welcome Reception. Some exhibits will be featured within the conference centre by trade suppliers throughout the educational sessions.

“The Annual Conference has always been a popular event with Boating Ontario members. Innovative keynote speakers share the latest trends and real strategies that delegates can take back and implement in their businesses. The Conference also provides the best opportunity for members to socialize with fellow members and to network with others in the industry. With the NEW location and format, we are excited to provide members real value for the time and money invested. We look forward to what is shaping up to be a must-attend event in the marine industry,” reports Janet Bauer, CEO of Boating Ontario.

Look for a full agenda and registration details to come.



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