The Progressive Cleveland Boat Show and Fishing Expo will be going online this year, showing off boats and hosting seminars from Friday, Jan. 15 through Sunday, Jan. 24 during the virtual show. The show will be free, but you’ll still have to sign up to see all that they have to offer. Go to clevelandboatshow.com to register.
Michelle Burke, president of the Lake Erie Marine Trades Association, has created a virtual/in-person hybrid experience for the 64th edition of the show. She reports buyers will be able to shop for boats on the LEMTA website, clevelandboatshow.com. There will also be in-person events at 20 participating dealerships, including a few in Port Clinton and Marblehead.
Seminar experts, with both record and live events, will cover boat buying and fishing.
Product sales at this boat show will be through e-commerce platforms.