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Old 01-24-2008, 02:56 PM
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They said they sold 60 boats at the show.That's pretty strong,but good news if it's true. Any thoughts from anyone that went?
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I wonder what the average price range was? Toronto is the place with money.
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Ive been going for like 100 yrs and it was as packed with people as Ive ever seen it which surprised me a bit.......made a comment as such to the people we were with......I would think(but I could be wrong) the boats sold would be on the quite small side.....like 20ft bowriders and such.......cottaging is HUGE in the area and most of the lakes are 3 to 5 miles in length, theres literally HUNDREDS of them.......cottage sales are red hot and have been for some time and go for big bucks.
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That is good news for Regal Boats. Did anyone hear how TUFF Marine did at the show?
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Probably about right. The crowds were more this year than in others, my uncle worked one of the booths with his marina and they had their best year yet at the show this year
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Exchange Rates are favorable in Canada against the USD.......I bet the Europians will be in force at LA and Miami for the same reason with fist fulls of Euro's ...... Regal did not do well at the NY show a few weeks ago.
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They took 36 Fountains and 62 Formulas in on trade.

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They took 36 Fountains and 62 Formulas in on trade.

You forgot the 512 Bayliners
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