Toronto International Boat Show announces the space application process for the 65th Anniversary show is now underway!


July 11, 2022

The Toronto International Boat Show organizers look forward to welcoming you back to what will be…THE Boating Event of the Year!

The show will be held January 20 – 29, 2023 at the Enercare Centre, Exhibition Place, Toronto.

The organizers wrote in their latest Exhibitor Newsletter that it has been an unprecedented 2+ years and that they are excited and ready to bring the industry and boaters together again – AND to be celebrating the 65th Anniversary!

The return of our industry’s flagship event will be a highlight for attendees, exhibitors, and marine trade members. This year will be an event not to be missed – there is so much pent-up demand, and we can’t wait to welcome everyone!

We had completed a re-imagined event plan for the 2022 Show (so disappointing, a month away from delivering it, we were so close!). There has been no loss of enthusiasm, and we’re evolving and expanding those plans as we head into January 2023.

We are extremely proud of how we handled the challenges throughout the pandemic. We are excited about working together with you again.

The enthusiasm is already building from exhibitors and attendees – so here we go for 2023!

The Space Application Process for the 2023 show is now underway! Exhibitors are receiving their applications by email so please check your inbox. If you have not received your company’s application, let us know.

In order to ensure we are including all requests in our design, it is imperative that we hear from you regarding your plans and square footage.

Members of Boating Ontario and NMMA: We are happy to continue extending a discounted rate for space. Membership is required to be in good standing by September 1, 2022, to benefit from the reduced rate. If you are not a member of either association and would like more information, let us know and we will connect you with the appropriate contact at the association.

Email Address to Return Applications or ask questions to (either one):

Cynthia Hare: (905) 951-4054

Linda Waddell: (905) 951-4051

If anyone would like to discuss their space needs or you have any questions at all please contact us, we look forward to hearing from you!

Linda & Cynthia

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