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Canadian International Farm Show

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Canadian International Farm Show

Time: February 17, 2010 to February 19, 2010
Location: Toronto's International Centre
City/Town: Toronto, ON
Website or Map: http://www.masterpromotions.c…
Phone: Toll Free: 888-454-7469 or Email info@mpltd.ca
Event Type: farm, show
Organized By: Master Promotions Ltd.
Latest Activity: Feb 17, 2010

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Event Description

Toronto's International Centre will be the backdrop for the Largest Indoor Farm and Equipment Show in Canada!

The 24th Edition of The Canadian International Farm Show is still riding the wave of success from 2009, which was the first year for new owners, Master Promotions. Over 20,000 visitors came through the doors during last year’s 3-day event and with the buzz and excitement already building, we are confident those numbers will be even larger for 2010!

If your business is supplying products, machinery, services, equipment or technology to Canada’s farming industry, this is the show for you! Big Iron, the latest technology, equipment and services will be featured, and you can position your company as an industry leader by exhibiting your company or product at this premiere venue! Be part of our huge marketing and advertising campaign, which will bring the qualified buyers with purchasing power directly to your booth.

SHOW HOURS

Wed, Feb 17th, 2010
9:00am - 4:30pm

Thu, Feb 18th, 2010
9:00am - 4:30pm

Fri, Feb 19th, 2010
9:00am - 4:30pm

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