Dates announced for Chicago, Miami shows

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The National Marine Manufacturers Association announced dates for its Chicago and Miami boat shows.

The Chicago Boat, RV and Outdoors Show will be held Jan. 13-17 at McCormick Place.

In its 80th year, the largest show in the Midwest will feature hundreds of boats, RVs and specialty booths displaying marine accessories and travel destinations. It will also include an Affordability Pavilion, Green Boating Zone and a Huck Finn Trout Pond.

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The 69th annual Miami International Boat Show & Strictly Sail Miami runs Feb. 11-15 at the Miami Beach Convention Center.

The show will feature more than 2,500 exhibitors displaying powerboats, sailboats, engines, electronics and marine accessories.

“And, for the first time ever, visitors will have the chance to preshop the show, browsing exhibitor inventory and scheduling dealer appointments on our Web site [MiamiBoatShow.com or StrictlySailMiami.com] to make navigating the event even easier,” said Cathy Rick-Joule, NMMA vice president of southern shows, in a statement.

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One comment on “Dates announced for Chicago, Miami shows

  1. ronnie nice

    Im glad to see you have your show dates,but i will tell you if somebody doesent stop ge from there unfair bizz there are doing ,there won’t be any dealers or boat builders left for any show any where,I think ge thinks there like john gotti going around and strong arming everybody,and everybody knows what happened to him,boat dealers and builders need to do a class action lawsuite against ge for unfair trade,and stop them in there tracks,they have killed the boat bizz.

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