Great American Outdoor Show Surpasses 800 Exhibitors

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posted on October 7, 2013
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The National Rifle Association has announced it has surpassed 800 exhibitors for the Great American Outdoor Show, Feb. 1-9, 2013, in Harrisburg, Pa. A combination of local and national vendors will fill the Hunting, Fishing, Archery, Camping and Boating halls along with the new Shooting Sports Hall.

“The Great American Outdoor Show has received a tremendous amount of interest from exhibitors throughout the country,” said NRA Shows & Exhibits Managing Director Jeff Poole. “Removing many non-related product displays has allowed us to relocate and expand the popular Fishing and Archery Halls, plus add an entirely new Shooting Sports Hall.”

For more information and a new interactive floor plan featuring a comprehensive exhibitors list, visit GreatAmericanOutdoorShow.org.

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