REGISTER TODAY! LESS THAN 2 WEEKS TO THE BOATING ONTARIO CONFERENCE & TRADE SHOW

Boating Ontario Conference 2014

The Boating Ontario Conference & Trade Show starts Sunday December 1st -less than two weeks away and here are 11 great reasons why you should be there!
 
You'll…
1.    Hear success stories, talks and workshops that will inspire you to bring new ideas into your work.
2.    Listen to respected industry leader, Donald Dubois from Princecraft share his perspective on Canada's recreational boating industry.
3.    Become enthused about sales at your dealership and become your customer's "I gotta person" in the industry.
4.    Bust the myth that Social Media is a waste of time… or will solve all of your problems.
5.    Learn how you can use the power of information, combined with the internet, to get more traffic and results.
6.    Network with industry peers. Find out what has worked, and not worked, for their business.
7.    Get actionable advice to take home and apply to your business.
8.    Get answers about Ontario's canals and waterways directly from the government.
9.    Be part of and an open forum specifically targeted to your type of business.
10.    Explore the Trade Show, discover new products and talk to the people who can help your business.
11.    Have FUN!
The Boating Ontario staff are working hard to ensure that the 2 ½ days you spend at beautiful Deerhurst Resort  are productive, informative, inspirational, and fun.

Register Here »  http://conference.boatingontario.ca/
 

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