Register Boating Ontario


Tuesday December 1, 2015
11:00 AM
Deerhurst Resort, Huntsville

In order to reap the benefits of your Association, you need to invest your time and effort.  Boating Ontario helps leverage your business by acting as an advocate on your behalf.

Any association is only as strong as it’s members.  Boating Ontario acts a the “voice” for the recreational marine industry in Ontario…make sure that you are part of that voice.

Attend the Trade Members Meeting during the Boating Ontario Conference to your say in your industry!

Co-Chairs of Trade Members Meeting

John Shedden, Connor Industries – Stanley Boats, Boating Ontario Association Director

Matt Michelson, GE Commercial Financial, Boating Ontario Association Director

Judy Semple, Hutchings Marine Products Ltd., Boating Ontario Association Advisor


Bring your ideas and issues to the meeting in order to collaborate with your peers. Topics on the agenda will include:
Foreign exchange
Collection strategies
Freight costs
Global business
Company’s communication and transparency for staff
Reward for customer’s on a loyalty programs
Focus on customers

Register for the Boating Ontario Conference & Trade Show

The Trade Member Meeting takes place during the Boating Ontario Conference.  It has been conveniently scheduled two hours prior to the Trade Show so exhibitors can easily attend.

Register here:

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