Tropical Boat Show selling fast
by Media Services on 2 Feb 2008
The Oceanic Whitsunday Boat & Leisure Show is once again being held over the Queens birthday long weekend of the 7th and 8th June 2008. This famed tropical event is shaping up to be a huge success, with firm exhibitor bookings already up on last year’s Show.
Invitations to exhibit at this year’s Boat Show have been well received by leading national and international Boat and Marine companies.
Organised by the Rotary Club of Airlie Beach and sponsored by Oceanic Insurance Brokers, this great regional Boat Show will again host a number of big names in the boating industry.
As the show continues to grow, plans are always being improved and the 2008 Show will once again be a huge success for Exhibitors and the local community. Two Hoecker pavilions will be constructed to house the seventy five exhibitor stands, plus the food, bar, stage and entertainment areas, this year the CUB truck will be on site as an added attraction, and climbing walls for the kids. Fishing clinics, safety demos and lots more to keep everyone entertained.
Close by will be a large static display of the latest trailer boats and outboards to view and on the Marina, a spectacular parade of multi-million dollar boats to step aboard.
An extensive TV, radio and print advertising campaign, complete with website www.whitsundayboatshow.com and Boat Show programme, will attract the many thousands of boating, sailing and fishing enthusiasts from the coastal regions of North and Central Queensland. As published in a recent Trade-a-boat issue: “Over the past few years the show has become a significant show on the boat show circuit. Represented are some of the biggest boats and equipment as well as the ever increasing charter industry in the beautiful Whitsundays. Where else would you want to go to escape the Southern Winter”.
For more information go to the web site www.whitsundayboatshow.com or contact Dalwyn on 0408461192 to book exhibitor space.
Airlie Beach – what a great place for a boat show!
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