Port Credit Boat Show

We are looking for feedback on our show, as we realize that attendance was down because of the rain on Saturday. We did however get quality opposed to quantity, but nonetheless, more attendance would have been better!!

Good news is that to date, there was 14 boats sold during the show and after the show from boat show leads. Quality not quantity was this year’s theme with weather being against us!


Swans sold new Catalina 275, two 355 and one used 30
Anchor sold new Beneteau 38
Pat Sturgeon sold four used boats!


Don Hyde Marine sold 2 boats and have two sea trials
Lefroy Harbour sold 1 new Ranger Tug 27
Pier 8 sold 2 boats
Walkers Point 1 pending on Cobalt 276
Crates has great leads.   


Following is a list of advertisers and media the show promoted with:

• Canadian Yachting – print, web and web enews blasts

• Boats and Places – print and Boaters News email

• Boat Guide

• Epoch Times – Chinese newspaper

• Gam

• Ontario Sailor 

• Rogers Cable TV

• OMOA Boating Ontario Cruising Guide 2014

• Power Boat Canada

• Scuttlebutt Mag and on web

• Mississauga News – local newspaper

• KX94.7 radio

• Fifty Point Yacht Club

• Our show website, blog, face book, twitter 


• Posters mailed to most Yacht Clubs and marinas on Lake Ontario

• E blasts from the Store Mason’s, Humber Sail and Power, and many more of our exhibitors

• Street banners on Port Street, Lakeshore and Hurontario St.

• Z103.5

• New AM 740

• Jewel 88.5

• 107.7 FM

• Rock 95.7 FM

• 1580 AM 

The 2015 Port Credit In-Water Boat Show will be held September 18, 19 & 20

Thanks again for attending!

Lori Mason, Wayne Petryk & Katrina Lewis               


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