See the Latest and Most Advanced Boats at the Minneapolis Boat Show

January 2, 2015 – Rogers, Minnesota – MarineMax Rogers is excited to announce that they will be displaying some of the newest and most innovative boat models at the Minneapolis Boat Show. This lineup of premiere boat brands in the MarineMax booths will range across a broad spectrum of boat types including sport boats, wakeboard boats, cruisers, fish boats, as well as pontoon and jet boats.

“We are really gearing up and pulling out all the stops for the Minneapolis Boat Show” said Jay Rasmusson, MarineMax Rogers General Manager. “We’ll be showing a highly diverse assortment of boats. In the MarineMax display you can inspect the incredible Sea Ray 350 SLX, the remarkably versatile Boston Whaler 230 Vantage, the comfortable and easy handling Harris 240 Cruiser and a wide range of other models from these premiere brands along with the latest from Nautique and Scarab boats.”

The Minneapolis Boat Show is celebrating its 43rd anniversary at the Minneapolis Convention Center, January 22 – 25, 2015. MarineMax will be displaying boats in booth 1702, booth 1703 as well as booth 602D. The show will be open at 2 PM Thursday, 12 PM Friday and 10 AM on Saturday and Sunday. The show closes each day a 9 PM except Sunday when it closes a 5 PM.

“This perennially popular boat show will bring in a big crowd. To avoid the rush you can contact a MarineMax sales consultant before attending the show to set up a personal showing,” explained Rasmusson. “Best of all, take advantage of exclusive savings that make this your best opportunity to own the boat you always wanted and treat yourself to a lifetime of memories of life on the water.”

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