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West Marine electronics expo returns in April

West Marine will hold its second annual Marine Electronics Expo at five locations on April 8.

West Marine will hold its second annual Marine Electronics Expo at five locations on April 8.

West Marine specialists and vendor experts will be available to answer customers’ questions about products that range from marine electronics to a wide variety of core boating items.

The expo locations are Shelter Island, San Diego, and Newport Beach, Calif.; and Fort Lauderdale, St. Petersburg and North Palm Beach, Fla.

The stores will host attractions between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m., including product demos, prizes and giveaways. Featured vendors (which will vary by location) include Lowrance, Raymarine, Garmin, Simrad, ICOM, Uniden, Fusion, B&G and ACR.

The first 50 customers who attend the expo at each participating store will receive a West Marine Mystery Gift Card valued at $5 to $500. Customers also can enter to win a GoPro Camera valued at $199.99.

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