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Super Fishing Market for 2009 NZ Boat Show

by Mike Rose on 4 Dec 2008
The popular Fishing Hall will turn into a Super Fishing Market for the 2009 Hutchwilco New Zealand Boat Show. - Hutchwilco New Zealand Boat Show © Mike Rose

New Zealand’s favourite boat show is about to get even better with the addition of an expanded 'Super Fishing Market'.

The Super Fishing Market is likely to be one of the true highlights of the 2009 Hutchwilco New Zealand Boat Show.

With the biggest range of fishing products in New Zealand ¾ including over $2m worth of new fishing equipment! ¾ this will be a real 'must see' for all those with an interest in fishing. Not only will there be all of the latest fishing equipment from all of the major brands, there will also be guaranteed 'show super specials'.

These will be popular leading brand products available only at the show at super low prices.

The show’s popular how-to fishing seminars will also be expanded.

Those planning on visiting the 2009 Hutchwilco New Zealand Boat Show with friends and family will also be able, for the first time, to make group bookings on line, through the show’s website: www.boatshow.co.nz.

The show’s informative and entertaining Toyota Marine Finance Discover Boating InfoCentre will also be further expanded in 2009 with more interactive displays.

These are designed to help people discover everything they need to know about getting into and enjoying boating. The Hutchwilco Pool will again be a centrepiece of the Discover Boating InfoCentre with demonstrations, displays and entertaining activities for both adults and children.

As always, leading boat manufacturers will use the Hutchwilco New Zealand Boat Show to showcase their latest models, many displaying these to the public for the first time. The very latest outboards, electronics and marine accessories will also be on display, often having arrived in the country just days before the show opens.

New Zealand’s most popular boat show will also again be supported by some of New Zealand’s leading marine and media companies. These include Hutchwilco, The Radio Network, The New Zealand Herald, Yamaha and Toyota Marine Finance.

Organisers expect the show to have a fresh and exciting feel with a number of new exhibitors planning to display at the show for the first time and several existing exhibitors looking to expand their stand areas.

The 2009 Hutchwilco New Zealand Boat Show will again be held at the ASB Showgrounds in Greenlane, Auckland. It will open on Thursday May 14 and run through to Sunday, May 17.
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