Press Release –
Snowmobile Safety, Fashion, Gear and 2009 Sleds to be Showcased
The OFSC Go Snowmobiling, Canada’s leading snowmobile show, announced an exciting line-up of show features including: fashion shows, a display of new 2009 sleds from all the leading manufacturers, seminars on safety, a celebrity snowmobiler visit, and even a show snowmobile track!
The OFSC Go Snowmobiling Show, held at the Toronto Congress Centre, runs from Friday, September 26 th until Sunday, September 28 th, 2008.
“Snowmobile safety is top of minds for families and our event showcases seminars, information sessions and gear to ensure everyone can safely enjoy their sled this winter,” said Denise Hayward, Show Manager, OFSC Go Snowmobiling Show. “Of course, every year we also have the hottest new snowmobiles from all the manufacturers – there are some amazingly innovative and exciting sleds on our show floor including new clean-technologies and 4-stroke machines.”
OFSC Go Snowmobiling Show
Toronto Congress Centre
650 Dixon Road, Toronto, Ontario
Lucas Oil Sled Test Track: Yamaha has provided four-stroke snowmobiles, Phazer RTX and Venture Lite, both powered by the latest in clean and fuel efficient 4-stroke technology, for test drives on a track.
Ice, Fire and Fashion Show: Arctic Cat, Polaris, ski-doo, and Yamaha fashion and gear will be featured on the runway.
Open Trail Theatre: John Blaicher, Canada’s leading snowmobile safety expert, will demonstrate how to rescue yourself or others from a sudden immersion in frigid water.
Go Snowmobiling 101: This seminar will focus on how to get started in snowmobiling including rules and regulations, where to rent, where to ride, how to dress and safety.
Friday, September 26: 12:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Saturday, September 27: 10:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Sunday, September 28: 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Juniors (Ages 6 to 15): $7.00
Seniors (60+): $7.00
Children (under 6 years) : FREE (adult accompanied)
Family Pass (2 adults and 2 juniors): $28.00
About Go Snowmobiling 2008
A one-of-a-kind show, visitors can view the newest snowmobiles, trailers, accessories, gear, clothing, accommodations, travel packages, sled rentals and more!
Snowmobilers and spectators can check out cutting edge seminars, obtain trail permits, mingle with industry personnel, scope the latest runway trends, or take a turn on The Lucas Oil Demo Track that showcases Yamaha sleds.
Complete show information is available at: www.snowmobileshow.ca