News: CY will be at TIBS next week!

Canadian Yachting TIBSV Booth

Jan 14, 2021

Canadian Yachting Media and PORTS will be at Toronto International Boat Show Virtual! We’re committed to making this show fun and informational for all the visitors – CY Media is TIBS Virtual Official Media Sponsor!

We are currently finalizing our virtual booths, but here’s what we’re bringing along:

At the Canadian Yachting/CY OnBoard booth

• Great boating content! Boat Reviews, Destinations, DIY, Expert advice, Cruising, Racing, Lounging, Galley Guys etc, etc.
• Chances to win great prizes:
◦ Chances to win free print subscriptions daily.
◦ Chances to Win – Schaefer Yachts Contest – Have Your Best Summer Ever! Schaefer Yacht Give-Away Contest Announcement 
◦ Chances to Win Steiner Binoculars

At the PORTS booth, you can get up to date on the new editions we have produced. These are must haves for everyone heading out this summer.

Both booths will have members of our team on hand so you can ask questions in a chat mode, suggest topics and speak up (yay or nay) about our content.

Special invitation for Industry Members – visit our booth to chat online with a CY Team member about your marketing and our Digital and Print platforms.

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