Orlando 'Hot Summer' show returns in August

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The Hot Summer Boat Show is set for Aug. 6-8 at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Fla.

Sponsored by the Central Florida Marine Trades Association, the show features new and used boats, engines, electronics, gear and accessories, as well as fishing and wakeboarding products.

"No other summer event in Central Florida offers dealers such a unique opportunity to exhibit their products and services before a large gathering of dedicated boating enthusiasts," said CFMTA president Roy Parker, president of Parker Boats, in a statement. "The show also offers a variety of family fun and entertainment, all at a great bargain price."

There will be a number of family activities taking place on the show floor, including a new Kids Zone featuring The Pirates of the Treasure Coast.

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