Boat expo preview at FirstEnergy Park

Published online: May 02, 2011 News
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The Marine Trades Association of New Jersey, which has been holding the Jersey Shore Boat Show & Expo for the last two years at FirstEnergy Park in Lakewood will provide a preview of the third annual fall expo this Sunday at the BlueClaws game against the Savannah Sand Gnats.

The event is being sponsored by the MTA/NJ in partnership with the BlueClaws. It will feature a variety of boats on display and on sale as well as vendor tables on the concourse.

The Jersey Shore Boat Sale & Expo is a local boat show that focuses on affordability and accessibility both for the consumer and exhibitor. The game against the Sand Gnats begins at 1:05 p.m.

This event will offer BlueClaws fans a preview of the products and opportunities that will be at the show this September 23 to 25.

Baywood Marina, Brick, will be displaying a 19-foot KenCraft and an 18-foot Maritime. Comstock Yacht Sales & Marina, Brick, will display a 27-foot Formula and a 23-foot Striper. Horizon Marine Group, Toms River will display a 21-foot Glastron and 23-foot Key West. Sheltered Cove Marina, Tuckerton, will have a 24-foot Bennington Pontoon and a 21-foot Sea Fox 216CC. Statewide Marine, Mantoloking and Waretown, is displaying a 17-foot Triumph and Larson.

The boats will be on display and on sale during the game at both entrances.

There will also be vendor tables inside from Advanced Insurance Agency/Progressive Insurance, Mermaid's Cove Marina and Horizon Marina.

"The MTA/NJ is excited about this opportunity to promote the Fall Jersey Shore Boat Sale & Expo, our dealers and their products at a BlueClaws game this spring. Thousands of people at the stadium will get a special opportunity to see some of the great boats that are available and affordable just in time to get out on the water this summer," Rick Traber, MTA/NJ president, said.


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