Toronto International Boat Show reminder – return your Space Application & Deposit by August 15 to receive the Early Bird Rate!

TIBS Early Bird

Aug 4, 2023

2023 TIBS exhibitors have already received their renewal applications for the 2024 show. Make sure to check your email inbox!

If you have not received your application, please let the show organizers know right away!

The Early Bird Rate applies to the 2023 exhibitors, (as well as prior years, and new exhibitors). Any exhibitor who wants to receive the Early Bird rate for the 2024 show needs to return their signed application and 25% deposit by August 15.

After August 15th, the 2024 rates will apply, and organizers will begin working on the layout and re-allocating non-renewed spaces.

Show organizers stress they genuinely want to make sure everyone’s requests are included. If you have not been in contact, please reach out to Katya, Cynthia or Linda, so that your needs are not left out of the planning.

We understand this is a busy time of year. Please know that Canadian Boat Shows are receiving space requests daily from returning and new exhibitors, therefore, it is imperative they know what all 2023 exhibitors plans are for this year.

Toronto 2024 Space Application 

Katya Sundukova: (905) 951-4050
Cynthia Hare: (905) 951-4054
Linda Waddell: (905) 951-4051

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