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In 1976, Show Management opened its doors and became the producers of the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show. The company now produces five boat shows each year along with hundreds of special events throughout the year.

Specializing in event production, Show Management has made the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, the Miami Yacht & Brokerage Show and the Palm Beach Boat Show, three of the World's largest in-water boat shows, and the St. Petersburg Boat Show and Suncoast Boat Show in Sarasota, two of the Gulf Coast's largest in-water boat shows. Show Management is actively seeking new venues for additional boat shows in the future.

Currently Show Management consists of five divisions to better serve the event industry. The two divisions that manage and produce boat shows, offer floating docks and a full line of clearspan tents from 60' to 165' in width are Yachting Promotions, Inc. and Yachting Promotions Gulf, Inc.

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Marine Industries Association of South Florida and Show Management Announce 30-Year Agreement to Produce Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show    
Mon, 02 May 2016
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FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (March 11, 2016) - The Marine Industries Association of South Florida (MIASF) and Show Management have signed a 30-year agreement to produce the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show. “Our marine industry has become a prominent job creator, and our region is a world...

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Show Management in the News

Top yachts on display at this year’s Monaco Yacht Show More Details

Our Brokerage Editor filters through the 125 yachts on display to shortlist his top picks for yachts being exhibited at this year's show.

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Bahia Mar to undergo major developments More Details

Bahia Mar Fort Lauderdale Beach Hotel, home to FLIBS, is to undergo a series of short and long-term developments in order to cement its position as yachting epicentre. SuperyachtNews speaks exclusively with James Tate, Bahia Mar co-owner and CEO of Tate Capital.

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Let the show(s) begin More Details

As the boat show season looms, Charlie McCurdy, Chief Executive of Informa Exhibitions, talks about the business of boat shows

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Bahia Mar becomes Foreign Trade Zone More Details

Fort Lauderdale-based Bahia Mar Marina has been designated as a Foreign Trade Zone just days after it was announced that FLIBS had attained a new 30-year lease at Bahia mar.

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FLIBS signs a long-term lease with Bahia Mar More Details

The MIASF and Informa Exhibitions have signed a 30-year lease, with extension options, with Bahia Mar Fort Lauderdale Beach Hotel Yachting to keep FLIBS on the site

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The shop window to the US More Details

Although hampered by a stagnant new build sector, the US superyacht market still has much to offer and this is never more apparent than at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show.

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Study shows FLIBS's significant economic impact More Details

With FLIBS's future going through a period of uncertainty, a independent economic impact study has showed that its economic relevance is anything but uncertain.

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FLIBS' future in flux More Details

The future of the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show is in jeopardy following the collapse of a proposed real estate development to the Bahia Mar Resort and Marina.

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FLIBS entryway open to interpretation More Details

Show Management, the organiser of the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, has invited studios and individuals to design the main entryway to the 57th edition of FLIBS.

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Mixed reactions as the sun sets on FLIBS More Details

The sun has set on one of the most prominent sale shows of the yachting calendar. We speak to two captains who have opposing views of the show, about its success and room for improvement.

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Are the Americans back in business? More Details

As FLIBS 2014 draws to a close the feeling among much of the industry in attendance is that the Americans are back. SuperyachtNews.com discusses the idea of the US market building momentum with exhibitors and industry in attendance at the For Lauderdale show.

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What's going on at Watson Island? More Details

Organisers of the Yacht and Brokerage Show in Miami Beach announced earlier this year that Island Gardens Marina on Watson Island will be the future host to ‘Superyacht Miami'. The lease of the land to Flagstone Property Group has been controversial, as previous deadlines for work to ...

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