Halifax Boat Show 2014

The Atlantic Marine Trades Association (AMTA) and Master Promotions Ltd are pleased to invite you to participate in the 2014 edition of the Halifax International Boat Show. Thousands of boating enthusiasts sailed through the doors of Exhibition Park last year, and we expect that number to increase this year!  This show is one of the most successful recreation shows in Atlantic Canada, and your company could once again be showcased at this premiere event.
Thousands of qualified buyers are expected, all looking to see the latest in sail and powerboats, pontoons, inflatables, personal watercrafts, canoes and kayaks, fishing equipment, marine accessories and electronics, docks, marina services,  outboard motors, and the list goes on.

No Price Increases!!
We are happy to say that booth pricing will remain unchanged for 2014!  Every point counts these days and we are committed to giving you the best value for your exhibiting dollar.

Book your space ASAP

Exhibitors from 2013 have the first opportunity to reserve their previous location with a deadline of Friday, October 18th.
After that, its first come, first served so don’t wait!  But don’t wait; get your request in today to ensure best placement.
Leave the competition in your wake and be an exhibitor at the 2014 Halifax International Boat Show. If you have any questions or want to book your space, please contact me, toll free at 1-888-454-7469, in Halifax 902-468-4999 or email ssprague@mpltd.ca


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