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Florida show will emphasize boat deals

The Central Florida Marine Trades Association will promote the Feb. 19-22 Central Florida Boat Show through a comprehensive marketing and public relations effort emphasizing that this year’s show offers an “historic opportunity” to make deals on boats and gear.

“With more than 187,000 square feet of exhibit space, there’s no better place to find prospective customers,” said Roy Parker, president of CFMTA and owner of Parker Boats.

He said the annual show attracts thousands of boating enthusiasts from Central Florida’s nearly 3 million residents, plus seasonal visitors.

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