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JonnyBfromHutch

St. Cloud Boat Show Feb 29-Mar 2 - Worth the trip?

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Just wondering if anyone has been to this show in the past, or if anyone has detailed 411 on what the size/scope of the show will be. I can't find very much information on this one and would rather spend the day on the lake if it's not worth the effort. Thanks!

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Johny b

with several of local dealers and free parking and entry its worth going to.

many brands of boats to look at and maybe a good deal

if the weather is nice thou who would want to be inside for very long

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its all the local dealers in the area. All boats, not a bad show, but alot of people go to it becuase its free.

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I like the sparkly ones

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dont they look great on water.

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