Experience the Latest and Most Exciting Boats at the Houston Fishing Show

HOUSTON, Texas, (February 18, 2015) – MarineMax is pleased to announce that they will be displaying some of the newest and most innovative boat models at the Houston Fishing Show. This lineup of premier boat brands in the MarineMax booth will range across a broad spectrum of fish boat types including center consoles, dual consoles, boats for inshore fishing and offshore fishing, as well as pontoons.

“We are gearing up for one of our best boat shows of the season. It is a once-a-year chance to see and compare makes and models,” said Clarissa Webster MarineMax Texas Marketing Coordinator. “We’ll be showing a highly diverse assortment of boat models from our lineup of premier boat brands including Boston Whaler, Grady-White, Scout, Sailfish and Harris. And don’t miss the incredibly fun Boston Whaler 17 Dauntless, the remarkably versatile Scout 221 Winyah and the smooth, soft riding Sailfish 2100 Bay Boat.”

Produced by Fishing Shows Unlimited, the Houston Fishing Show is celebrating its 40th year, February 25 – March 1, 2015. The show will be open Wednesday through Friday and 12 PM – 9 PM, on Saturday 10 AM – 7 PM and Sunday 10 AM – 6 PM.

“Every year the Houston Fishing Show draws a great number of boating enthusiasts. To assure that MarineMax guests receive personal attention they can contact, their MarineMax Sales Consultant to arrange for a personal showing” explained Webster. “Best of all, take advantage of MarineMax’s exclusive savings that make the Houston Fishing Show 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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