TIBS 2014

Each year the Toronto Boat Show's PR TEAM is asked over and over by media — "What's New?" Exhibitors who have benefited from the show's PR efforts in the past are aware of how effective show publicity can be for their business.
The show’s extensive publicity campaign reaches hundreds of influential journalists and broadcasters eager to learn what's new in the industry and at the Toronto Boat Show.
What you upload for the New Product Showcase will also be used for the show's PR efforts!
Click here for simple instructions on how to upload your New Product photos and information before December 2nd!
If you require assistance, please contact us at 905.951.4052 or   

Exhibitors and consumers both benefit by the website and mobile hosting Boat Finder, a searchable listing of all boats to be displayed at the 2014 Toronto International Boat Show.
Boat Finder helps advertise boats as consumers pre-shop the show, driving consumers to your booth and creating more onsite sales and leads.
Submissions for this virtual showroom operated by are due November 20th.
Click here for further details on how to ensure consumers researching their next boat purchase consider boats you will be selling at the 2014 Toronto International Boat Show!

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