Tulsa Boat Show 2006

Tulsa Boat Show 2006 Review

Show Dates Jan 30th to Feb 5th 2006

by Polson Enterprises

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2006 Tulsa Boat Show Photos are grouped along with our comments on the next several pages, available from the links below. These pages have several images and may take a while to load on dialup connections.

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Tulsa Boat Show 2006 Review

General Overview of the Show

Once again we had a great time at the Tulsa Boat Show. We went over on Friday February 3rd. A big thanks to Jen Clark at Rex Public Relations the show media relations office, for helping us get through the gate after our press passes got lost in the mail. Once again it was a big show for this region of the country with countless exhibitors. The show brochure said it covered over 460,000 square feet, making it the fifth largest in the U.S. The show seemed pretty busy with what seemed like thousands of vehicles in the parking lot.

Similar to our 2004 visit, some of bigger boat were a bit elusive to board with "No Boarding without Salesmen" signs and no Salesmen in sight. One of the bigger exhibiters herded us through a turnstyle and paraded us past the rear of their boats with no opportunity to board, while another exhibitor, Duck Creek Yacht Sales and Service, rolled out the red carpet for us and gave my wife and I a royal tour of their beatiful Doral Allegria. Mr Sam Hoskin showed us around this craft and told us how he had recently had it out of the water (nice to have a hands on guide instead of boat show princess).

Overview - Once again lots of boats and displays at the show. The Three photos below show some of the major areas of the show.

Please use the links near the top of this page to continue to the remainder of our coverage of the 2006 Tulsa Boat Show.

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