MarineMax show this weekend in Florida

MarineMax St. Petersburg will present the first boat show to be held during the annual South Pasadena Block Party on Saturday.

MarineMax St. Petersburg, Fla., in cooperation with the city of Gulfport, will present the first boat show to be held during the annual South Pasadena Block Party on Saturday.

“Come join MarineMax at the block party. Along with the usual fun, food and entertainment, there will be boats from some of the top brands on display. Brands like Sea Ray, Boston Whaler, Nautique and more,” MarineMax St. Petersburg store manager Joshua Lavine said in a statement.

Presented by the Palm of Pasadena Hospital, the block party will begin at noon and continue until 4 p.m. at Bay View Park, 7054 Sunset Drive. There also will be live music, a car show, food and drinks, health screenings, firetruck demonstrations and children’s activities.

“We look forward to seeing everyone there,” Lavine said. “This should be a really fun day filled with festivities and cool things to see and do.”


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