London Boat Show

Continuum Productions Inc., the producers of the Central Ontario Boat Show & Sale have secured the contract to produce The London Boat Show starting in February 2014.

“We were thrilled to be awarded the privilege of expanding our boat show brand into the London market. We understand the history and significance of the show to the City of London and to marine and outdoor industries in the area and are very excited to be adding this event to our stable of shows in Ontario,” said Dwayne McKillop, President of Continuum Productions Inc.

The London Boat, Fishing & Outdoor Show, as it will be known, will run Feb 21-23, 2014 and will continue to focus on boats, fishing, hunting lodges and all things outdoors. The big difference that London show goers and exhibitors will experience will be the expansion of this event to take up the entire Agriplex Pavilion and Arena, within the Western Fair District making this the largest boat, fishing & outdoor show to ever come to London. Continuum also produces the Central Ontario Boat Show & Sale (COBSS) in Hamilton which is currently ranked as one of
Canada’s top 5 boat shows.

“There has been a great deal of momentum due to the success of COBSS and we will look to continue that in London with this expansion of our
business” McKillop said. “The WFD staff have all been a pleasure to work with and when we can find facility partners as professional and
dedicated to the City and surrounding communities as these folks are it really gives us a comfort level that we can achieve our goals of
expanding this event to service the Greater London area and attract people from all over western Ontario which is great for the exhibitors, for the show goers, for the city of London, for the District and for the show.

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