ICAST registration ongoing for annual sportfishing trade show
The International Convention of Allied Sportfishing Trades (ICAST), the world’s largest sportfishing trade show returns to Las Vegas in 2010. From buyers to media to exhibitors, ICAST annually attracts more than 7,000 representatives from the international sportfishing community to conduct business, network with industry leaders and see all the latest innovations in gear and accessories. Produced by the American Sportfishing Association (ASA), the sportfishing industry’s trade association, ICAST is a catalyst that drives the sportfishing trade, a key part of keeping the industry strong and prosperous.
ICASTfishing.org offers all the information that you need to know about the world’s largest sportfishing trade show including registration, the show schedule, show highlights and events, press room, exhibitor information and much more. Check out the one-stop place online for everything ICAST.
Register for ICAST 2010 Today!
ICAST 2010 registration is now open. ICAST 2010, being held July 14 – 16, is just a few short months away. To register for the world’s largest sportfishing trade show, log on to www.ICASTfishing.org and go to the Registration pages. Experient, Inc., our show registration partner, has improved the process to ensure that registering for the show and making hotel reservations at the official ICAST hotels is as seamless as possible.
Discounted pre-registration and housing rates
All attendees must be registered and badged in order to access the show floor. Pre-registration rates are valid until June 10, 2010. After June 10, on-site registration rates apply. Register now and take advantage of the discounted rate. Registration is subject to ASA approval. At the same time you register for ICAST, you may also make your hotel reservations at the seven official ICAST hotels including the Las Vegas Hilton, our ICAST headquarters. Rates for the Hilton are $89.00 per night. You must register for an ICAST badge before registering for ICAST housing.
For more information about ICAST 2010, visit www.ICASTfishing.org or contact Kenneth Andres, ICAST associate, at email@example.com. For more information and updates, please visit ICAST on the Web.
Support Sportfishing’s Future
Members of the American Sportfishing Association (ASA) support efforts to ensure sportfishing’s future. For more information about ASA membership, contact Membership Director Jill Calabria, 703-519-9691, x234.
To learn more about what you can do to help ASA’s fight against efforts to restrict fishing access, please visit www.keepamericafishing.org. To gain information on the most relevant issues facing the sportfishing industry, mark your calendar for the Sportfishing Summit, ASA’s annual membership meeting and premier networking event, being held October 26-28, at the Westin Beach Resort in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., just prior to the Ft. Lauderdale Boat Show.
American Sportfishing Association
225 Reinekers Lane, Suite 420
Alexandria, VA 22314
(703) 519-9691 ex. 222