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Strictly Boaters Boat Show, May 3rd, 4th & 5th
Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Now in it’s fifth year, the Strictly Boaters Boat Show has been specifically designed to appeal to the serious boating enthusiast. Unlike conventional boat shows that seek to attract a vast, non-boating public, South Jersey’s new show has sought to reach out to a specific demographic, boaters! And given South Jersey’s long tradition of boat building, fishing and life on the water, it is the right show, in the right place at the right time.

People questioned the wisdom of launching a new boat show during a recession but Strictly Boaters has enjoyed steady growth and acclaim within the boat selling and buying communities. Originally called the Strictly Jersey Boat Show, the name was changed last year, in order to make the show more inclusive for buyers in neighboring states. True to its heritage, the show continues to feature boat manufacturers, dealers and companies that furnish products and services used by boaters. The broadened focus has enabled the show to attract more vendors, exhibitors, and many more attendees.

Boat Buyers will find:

A small, well-targeted show that offers every buyer a VIP experience

Boats displayed in the water are not blocked in. Every in-water vessel is available to sea-trial, with dealer concurrence of course.

Complimentary passes will be readily available from participating manufactures, dealers and exhibitors.

Land based exhibits featuring a wide variety of boating related products, services and supplies.
Exhibitors will find:

A show organized for those who are in the business of selling boats and boating related products and services.

A show based on a marketing plan designed to attract actual boaters, and invites them to a true in-water show.

A show that delivers a true VIP experience to every potential buyer.

An in-water boat show that costs a fraction of traditional “big-gate” boat shows.

To summarize, this is a show for people who love boats….running boats, buying boats, and selling boats!


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