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Toronto Sportsmen’s Show returns for the 75th Anniversary 2023 Edition

Toronto Sportsmens Show

Nov 8, 2022

One of Canada’s most recognized events for outdoor enthusiasts is making its annual return to The International Centre this Spring. The event, which has been a success for over 70 years and welcomes hundreds of exhibitors and guests, is scheduled for March 16 – 19, 2023. 
 
“This show had a tremendous return last season, and we are excited to welcome back guests this coming March” said Show Manager, Mike Blakoe. “From recent conversations with exhibitors, it’s clear they are also eager to return to the show floor and show off their newest products and technology.” 
 
With more than 300 exhibitors, the Toronto Sportsmen’s Show hosts some of the biggest names in the business plus an array of interactive and educational exhibits for all ages with some exciting attractions that include: 

• Pro fishing seminars presented by Fish TV 

• Casting Pond in partnership with Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry

• The Great Outdoor Stage 

• Retriever demonstrations 

• The Refuge in Partnership with Punisher Waterfowl

And so much more… 
 
“The Toronto Sportsmen Show is the biggest social event of the year for the fishing, hunting, boating and outdoor communities. We’re really looking forward to reconnecting with everyone at the 2023 edition,” says Blakoe.
 
For complete show details, visit www.torontosportshow.ca

 

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