Port Credit Show New Director


Feb 19, 2016

Vince Pietracupa of Bristol Marine, well known and highly respected in the boating community, has joined as a show director of the Port Credit In-Water Boat Show. He will take the helm immediately in partnership with the Port Credit Harbour Marina.

Vince has a broad range of boating experience including owning and operating Bristol Marine, along with marketing, and advertising experience.  

“I’m absolutely delighted that Vince is taking over my position in the show” says past show director, Lori Mason. “Not only does he have a wealth of sales and management experience but he is well known in the boating industry. I know that he will bring new energy to the 26th show, with even more exciting ideas!” Lori Mason is retiring after founding and managing the show for 25 years! “ I’ve enjoyed working and building this show, but now is a great time to instill new blood and energy to continue the success of the Port Credit In Water Boat Show! Thank you to everyone for all your support over the last 25 years!”

The 26th Port Credit In-Water Boat Show will be moved back to August 26-28, 2016 the original late summer show dates!

Every year, the Port Credit In-Water Boat Show presents a first rate event featuring over 100 new and used power and sailboats, numerous land displays of marine accessories and services and several great features.

“Each show has been exciting with all different boats being shown by a multitude of brokers. There’s no secret that this show sells boats and keeps brokers busy for weeks following up highly quality leads. That’s what keeps this show so popular.” stated Lori Mason, past show director. “ I’m confident that Vince will add new life to an already great product!”

The Port Credit In-Water Boat Show –  Port Credit Harbour Marina – August 26-28, 2016



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