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Tulsa Boat, Sport & Travel Show Returns to Expo Square
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Tulsa Boat, Sport & Travel Show Returns to Expo Square

Tulsa Boat, Sport & Travel Show Returns to Expo Square

Tulsa Boat, Sport & Travel Show Returns to Expo Square

The Tulsa Boat, Sport & Travel Show returns with new boats, RVs and gear to the River Spirit Expo at Expo Square January 27th to February 2nd, 2014.

More than five football fields of pontoon boats, cabin cruisers, yachts, RVs and campers will be available for area residents and shoppers to board as the Tulsa Boat, Sport & Travel Show, presented by Toyota, rolls into the RiverSpirit Expo at Expo Square in Tulsa. Vehicles and gear of all shapes and sizes will be showcased. Whether you like fishing, sailing, cruising, skiing, wakeboarding, or just want to pick up parts and accessories, the week-long, value-driven sale will have something for everyone!

Representatives from manufacturers and area boat and RV area dealerships, as well as top fishing experts and product vendors, will be at the show to answer questions and provide information on the latest watercraft, camping accessories and angling tackle. Plus, don’t miss special features like the Oklahoma Bass Tub, seminars hosted by professional fishermen, the chance to try out scuba diving in a heated pool and host of activities for kids.

 

WHEN:

Monday, January 27 (Preview Night) - 5 pm. – 9 pm.

Tuesday, January 28 - Noon – 9 pm.

Wednesday, January 29 -  Noon – 9 pm.

Thursday, January 30 - Noon – 9 pm.

Friday, January 31 - Noon – 10 pm.

Saturday, February 1 - 10 am. – 10 pm.

Sunday, February 2 - 11 am. – 5 pm.

 

WHERE:

River Spirit Expo at Expo Square

4145 East 21st Street

Tulsa, OK 74114

 

TICKETS:

General admission for adults is $15 on Preview night and $10 Tuesday through Sunday.

Children 12and younger are admitted free when accompanied by a paying adult.

Discount coupons are availableat participating dealers and Subway restaurants.

Save time and skip the box office lines, buy advancetickets online at www.TulsaBoatShow.com.

More info, directions and show highlights also availabl eonline.

 

The 58th Annual Tulsa Boat, Sport & Travel Show, presented by Toyota, is among the nation’s top recreational eventsin attendance and square footage. With 445,000 square feet of exhibit space, the show ranks as the nation's fifth largestaccording to the Consumer Travel Agency. It is also the largest single and longest running event held in Tulsa, with the exception of the State Fair.

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