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Boat Shows need feedback - win a $14,000 holiday and boat NOW!!

by MarineBusiness-World.com on 9 Jul 2011
Win a holiday and boating package . ..
Most boaters and fishers have been to many boat shows, finding it a rewarding, informative and fun experience.

Boat Show organisers spend the entire year working to deliver a better experience for showgoers and exhibitors alike. To make sure they are putting their emphasis on the things that will have you coming back they need to understand the marine interests of those who go to their boat shows and others and they need to know about why some boaters just don’t go to Boat Shows.

So they need YOUR feedback… and they will make it worth your while!! You can win a prize package to the value of $14,000


Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show in conjunction with MarineBusiness-World.com (that’s us) have prepared a set of surveys so they can better understand what you like, don’t like and want in the future.

So please take a few minutes…. you will be eligible to win an incredible prize package for two people to Hayman Great Barrier Reef including airfares and some spending money, plus a ZODIAC Cadet RIB 260, a sturdy and spacious 2.6m three person tender with a light weight, compact Honda 5hp engine.

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And to make your holiday and boating experience even more fun you will also win six RFD Cyclone 150N life jackets, a Kannad 406 EPIRB, six sets of Liquid Image Camera Goggles, six sets of Barz Optics polarised sunglasses, a $500 voucher for Shock & Oar nautical apparel and four pairs of Sperry boat shoes.



Total Prize pool value $14,000.

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