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The “Boat Show at Dow Diamond” Drops anchor for family fun March 4-6th at Dow Diamond

Published: Wednesday, February 24, 2016

MIDLAND – The “Boat Show at Dow Diamond” drops anchor again this year at the Loon’s stadium known as
Dow Diamond on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, March 4, 5 and 6, 2016.


The “Boat Show at Dow Diamond” will be exhibiting close to 40 watercraft from 5 area dealers and exhibitors,
indoors in the heated, covered concourse. Practically every imaginable watercraft will be available for public
inspection and on sale at special show prices. From sport boats, to fishing boats to pontoons, there promises to
be something for everyone and every type of boating enthusiast.


In addition to seeing the latest improvements and features, attendees can also see the latest gear, accessories,
electronics, dock and sea wall applications and get the most up-to-date marine information. The show will
showcase the newest styles and innovations from area boat dealers including Skipper Buds, Stryker’s Lakeside
Marine, Sugar Springs Marine, Linwood Beach Marina, Lakeside Services, Mads Outdoor Products and Mid-
Michigan Fiberglass.

In addition to the advantage of one stop shopping, area dealers will have financing available should anyone decide
to venture onto the Great Lakes or one of the 10,000 inland lakes in Michigan. “From fishing boats to ski boats, to the
family friendly pontoon boat for the cottage, there should be something of interest for most baoters,” said Greg
Stryker, who is organizing the show. “Michigan is the number one state in boat registrations in the country, is it any
wonder how the boating industry can add to the economic make-up of the communities that have proximity to the
water.”

Also, this year The Saginaw Bay Power Squadron will be there to inform and educate about safe boating practices.


For more information and directions, people can go online to www.theboatshowatdowdiamond.com. Show hours are
Friday 2-8pm, Saturday 10am-8pm and Sunday 11am-4pm. Admission is FREE, parking is FREE


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