The Moncton Boat Show will be returning March 25 – 27, 2022!

Moncton Boat Show

Aug 24, 2021

Mark your Calendars! The 2022 Moncton Boat Show will be returning to Moncton Friday, March 25 – Sunday, March 27, 2022! The last few years were like no other but we are optimistic about moving forward to live events once again and the return of the Moncton Boat Show.

Master Promotions Ltd. would like to thank the Moncton Boat Show community for unwavering support from exhibitors, visitors, sponsors, and partners. We look forward to hosting an in-person event again and continue to believe in the strength of face-to-face business and networking opportunities that shows provide. We can’t wait to welcome all our exhibitors and visitors back in March 2022.

What’s Next?
Dealers will be receiving space requests forms in late August, and full sales launch will begin in early September – had space confirmed in 2020? Scott or Pam will be in touch! Stay tuned to our Facebook, Instagram and Website for more information and up to date information!

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