TIBS 2014

The Toronto International Boat Show Jan 11 to 19 2014 is fast approaching and Exhibitor Kits are now available online.  The Discounted Rates Deadline is December 20, giving you the opportunity for huge savings on regular rates if you take advantage of the details in advance.

A date to remember is November 1st, 2013 for submitting Exhibitor Listing Information.  Ensure your company name, booth number and products are easily searchable by the consumer in FREE Exhibitor Listings and Product cross-references in the Official Boat Show Guide and on TorontoBoatShow.com.
Submissions received later than November 1 may not appear in the show guide. If you have any questions regarding Exhibitor Listings, please contact Wendy McCarroll at 905.951.0009 or wmccarroll@canadianboatshows.com.

Call for Great Canadian Fish Tank Pros
 A 40-foot long aquarium filled with 5,000 gallons of water and stocked with native Ontario marine life, the Great Canadian Fish Tank is the perfect teaching tool for pros to share their tips with anglers of all ages.
The Fish Tank speaker schedule is stocked with pro speakers, and once again we invite interested manufacturers with pro staff willing to participate to contact show manager Cynthia Hare at 905.951.4054 or chare@canadianboatshows.com.

Online Promotional Materials for Exhibitor Use
As you prepare for this year's show, be sure to take advantage of the online promotional tools available to exhibitors. Simple step-by-step instructions make it easy to incorporate these promotions into your newsletters and websites.
For full details visit:  http://www.torontoboatshow.com/exhibitor-info/

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