Hartford show wins award for growth

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The Connecticut Marine Trades Association was honored with a Fastest 50 award for the growth and success of its annual Hartford Boat & Fishing Show.

The award was presented during Tradeshow Week in Baltimore last weekend. This is the second consecutive year the CMTA has been honored for the show.

“We are very proud of our long-running show; it’s professionally run, and every year it just gets better,” said show chairman Tom Krivickas, in a statement.

The 40th annual show runs Jan. 22 to 25 at the Connecticut Convention Center in Hartford.

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