BOSTON – The 13th annual Boston Fall Boat Show has been cancelled for 2011 due to the current economic climate, according to a release from the show’s owner, Boat Shows Inc.
“Due to the current economic climate, the local marine marketplace cannot support a show at this time. We simply could not get enough additional exhibitor support to make the numbers work for 2011,” Warren Kelly, manager of the show, said in the release.
Kelly went on to say the boat show did not get the new dealers and brands necessary to hold a profitable show, but he does believe the show will be back in the future.
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