East Coasts Largest Paddlesport Show

March 27, 2008 at 7:22 pm Leave a comment

Mark your calendars for The Jersey Paddler’s Paddlesport Show – the largest canoe & kayak show on the East Coast. The show features manufacturers of kayaks, canoes, accessories, paddlewear, paddling clubs, professional instruction and expeditions, as well as lectures and slide shows of paddling trips, expeditions and paddling techniques.

Friday – Sunday
March 28 – 30

Friday Noon-9 pm
Saturday 9 am-6 pm &
Sunday 10 am-4:30 pm

Garden State Exhibit Center, Somerset, New Jersey

Admission is only $10 and FREE for children under 14

Paddlesport hosts over 100 vendors including the top names in paddle sports such as Epic Kayaks, Hobie, Current Designs, Perception, Ocean Kayak, Wilderness Systems, Mad River Canoe, Old Town and much more! Also attending will be many outdoor gear and clothing manufacturers such as NRS, Stohlquist, Teva, Kokatat and Chota, just to name a few.

Throughout the weekend there will be a variety of informative and entertaining seminars and demonstrations from experts in the industry. From novice to expert, whether you attend to learn or to buy, don’t miss the chance to take advantage of professional advice and great show pricing.

See details about the show: Film Festival, Speakers, Exhibitors, Floor Map, and Specials & Online Magazine Articles in our Paddlesport newspaper.

The Garden State Exhibit Center, in Somerset, NJ is a 70,000 square foot facility making PaddleSport the biggest show on the East Coast. It is conveniently located off of I-287 Exit 10, a 45 minute drive from Manhattan, one hour from Center City Philadelphia, and within easy reach of the Garden State Parkway and the New Jersey Turnpike.

Presented by The Jersey Paddler, Brick, NJ and sanctioned by the American Canoe Association.

FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL 888-22-KAYAK or 732-458-5777



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