Baltimore Boat Show - Four Days of Boating Fun at the Baltimore Convention Center
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The last date listed for Baltimore Boat Show was Sunday January 30, 2011 / 10:00am to 5:00pm.
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Billed as the largest indoor antique show in the country, there are more than 200,000 items to hunt through for novice collectors and experts alike. Held every year since 1981, this amazing summer event features more than 500 international exhibitors on hand to display their wares, from antiquities to the 20th century. You'll experience row upon row of fine art, furniture, Asian art, American and European silver, jewelry, porcelain, glass, textiles, antiquarian books and autographs, American folk art and more. With price points ranging from under $100 to more than a million, there's also something for every budget. Free lectures by industry experts add to the experience as well. Since there's no way to take in all 245,000 square feet of the show in one day, there's a convenient four-day pass to purchase. Learn More
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The Baltimore Boat Show is produced by the National Marine Manufacturers Association (NMMA), the world’s largest producer of boat shows. NMMA is the leading association representing the $39.5 billion per year recreational boating industry. NMMA member companies produce over 80 percent of the boats, engines, trailers, accessories and gear used by boaters and anglers in the U.S.
About the Ticket Supplier: National Marine Manufacturers Association - DCNMMA is dedicated to creating, promoting and protecting an environment where members can achieve financial success through excellence in manufacturing, in selling, and in servicing their customers.
NMMA members, more than 1,400 companies, produce every conceivable product used by recreational boaters. An estimated 80 percent of marine products used in North America are produced by NMMA members. Formed in 1979 in a merger between the Boating Industry Association of Chicago (BIA) and the National Association of Engine & Boat Manufacturers of New York (NAEBM), roots of the non-profit Association can be traced to 1904 when NAEBM was founded.