New Jersey show announces September dates

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The sixth annual Jersey Shore Boat Sale & Expo is set to take place Sept. 19-21 at FirstEnergy Park.

Organized by the Marine Trades Association of New Jersey, the event offers an array of boats and marine accessories.

In addition to newly-introduced 2015 models, dealers in attendance also will showcase a fleet of attractively-priced 2014 models.

A separate area will be devoted to “clean, late model,” previously-owned boats, show organizers said in a statement. The 300 pre-owned boats displayed will include family cruisers, express sport boats, center consoles, canyon runners, ski and pontoon boats, canoes, kayaks, and personal watercrafts

A family friendly theme includes attractions for kids including Kids Cove, sponsored by the Lakewood BlueClaws and the New Jersey Sea Grant Consortium.

“Late summer and early fall is ample time to still get on the water and enjoy your boat,” MTA/NJ executive director Melissa Danko said. “The fishing is good and many warm days are ahead before the leaves begin to turn. Cruise on down to Jersey Shore Boat Sale & Expo and see for yourself how much fun and affordable it can be to own the boat you have always wanted.”

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