Weeknight Specials at 2010 Seattle Boat Show

Special ticket price, guest appearances, giveaways and promotions each evening

SEATTLE - January 18, 2010 – Seasoned Seattle Boat Show showgoers know that weekdays and weeknights are the best time to visit the show. It’s not as crowded, making browsing easier, and exhibitors and dealers have more time to chat. If that weren’t enough, this year there’s an extra incentive to attend the show after work. Show organizers have created a series of special weekday and weeknight promotions..

 

AFTER 5 AT THE SEATTLE BOAT SHOW
Buy a ticket at the Qwest Field box office for only $8 (that’s $4 off) starting at 5 pm on Monday through Thursday, and then enjoy guest appearances, giveaways and promotions each evening.

 

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 1: Women’s Day at the Boat Show
Sponsored by KOMO-4 and Star 101.5 FM
Women get in FREE all-day with a special pass from SeattleBoatShow.com, plus enjoy a slate of seminars designed specifically for and by women boaters. And at the Boat Show Gallery – the place for beautiful art work for your boat, home or office – all False Bay Boxes – one-of-a-kind art boxes carved from San Juan Island driftwood by local artist Richard Nevels – will be 20% off. Starting at 5 pm, women can pamper themselves with free giveaways from local salons and spas.


Special women’s day seminars include:

 

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 2: Fishing Night at the Boat Show

Sponsored by 94.1 KMPS and Outdoor Emporium
Hooked on Fishing? Then stop by Fishing Night at the Seattle Boat Show. The first 500 anglers through the door after 5pm receive a Silver Horde fishing lure three-pack from Outdoor Emporium.

 

Fishing seminars that night include:

 

While at the show don’t miss the opportunity to enter these great contests:
Win a 5-Day Fishing Trip from BAMF Boats and Big Blue Charters: this 5-day/4-night fishing trip includes three days of fishing on a BAMF Boat. Enter to win this priceless package valued at $4,500.

 

Catch the Big One and win an 8 Classic Engine from Honda Marine and West Coast Marine Services: Make a voluntary contribution to C.A.S.T. for Kids and “catch the big one” using a fishing tournament simulator. The top 10 anglers each day will be entered to win an engine that’s ideal for fishing boats, sailboats, and small utility boats. This clean, reliable 2-cylinder four-stroke OHC engine has the power you need for you waterborne fun.

 

A complete list of boat show contests is at: www.seattleboatshow.com/qwest-field-contests

 

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 3: Cruising & Sailing Night at the Boat Show
Sponsored by West Marine
Kick back and relax at Cruising & Sailing Night at the Seattle Boat Show. The first 500 boaters through the door receive a West Marine tote bag, perfect to carry aboard new boating gear. Then grab a drink in the Seafair Logboom Lounge and enjoy the sounds of Tropical Rock musician Dave Calhoun.

 

Sailing & cruising seminars after 5pm include:

 

While at Sailing Night, stop by the Windworks Sailing Center booth and enter to win lessons and certification for two. The package for two includes all materials, texts, testing, and hands-on sailing instruction including: Basic Keelboat, Basic Cruising, Navigation and Piloting, and Bareboat Cruising. Valued at over $7500.

 

And at the Anacortes Yacht Charters booth you could win a three-day Powerboat Yachting Class for two or 4-day American Sailing Association 101/103/104 Sailing School for two. Classes are for every level, and you can choose any open dates in the class schedules. Prize value is up to $1,785.00.

 

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4: Guys Night Out at the Boat Show

Sponsored by 102.5 KZOK FM

Attention men: With giveaways all night, local sports legends, and more, you don’t want to miss Guys Night Out. Say hello to KZOK’s Spike O’Neill and have your picture taken with a pair of Hooters girls, who will be at the show handing out free stuff.

 

Seminars on Guys Night Out include:

 

Need More Time?
For many, an afternoon or evening at the show is simply not enough time to take the BIG show in. For those folks, show organizers have come up with the new 5-Day BIG Show Pass for only $24 (includes one day free parking). This allows showgoers to take it all in at their leisure and come back again and again and again. The best strategy: park at Qwest Field, take the free shuttle to South Lake Union, browse the on-the-water and shoreside displays, refuel by enjoying a free appetizer at Joey’s, Chandler’s Crabhouse or Daniel’s Broiler (simply show admission wristband or hand-stamp) then head back to Qwest Field for more fun.

 

About the Seattle Boat Show
The 63rd Annual Seattle Boat Show, Indoors + Afloat, Friday January 29 – Saturday, February 6, features 1,000 boats – including fishing boats, inboard cruisers, runabouts, kayaks, sailboats and inflatables – hundreds of accessories, the latest high-tech innovations, and hundreds of hours of seminars at Qwest Field Event Center, plus world-class boats and yachts in their natural habitat at South Lake Union. A free shuttle runs continuously between both locations. Ace Recreational Marine Insurance and Northwest Buick-GMC Dealers are the official sponsors of the show.

Locations: QWEST EVENT CENTER
800 Occidental Ave South
SOUTH LAKE UNION
901 Fairview Ave North
Hours: Mon-Thurs: 11 am to 8 pm
Fridays: 11 am to 9 pm
Saturdays: 10 am to 9 pm
Sunday: 10 am to 6 pm
Mon-Thurs: 11 am to 5 pm
Fridays: 11 am to 5 pm
Saturdays: 10 am to 5 pm
Sunday: 10 am to 5 pm
  Free shuttle running continuously between both locations

Tickets

ADULTS: $12
YOUTH (11-17): $5
KIDS 10 and Under: Free
5-Day BIG Show Pass! $24 (NEW FOR 2010)
Weeknights after 5pm: $8

 

Purchase tickets online at www.seattleboatshow.com and receive free parking at the show, a free cup of clam chowder at FX McRory’s and a free boating magazine one-year subscription. Choose from: Yachting, Field and Stream, Islands and Sailing World.

 

Dinner and a Show: For 2010 there will be a special weeknight package: purchase a $20 online ticket and you gain entrance to the show plus a fish and chips dinner and beverage at FX McRory’s in Pioneer Square. Make a night of it!

 

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