International Fly Tackle Dealer Show is Filling Up Fast

#The 2011 International Fly Tackle Dealer show is filling up quickly. According to AFFTA?s President and Show Producer Randi Swisher, ?We've received great support from manufacturers and fly fishing businesses who have committed to the 2011 show. Almost all of the premium spaces are already sold out and a large portion of the standard spaces are committed.?Any exhibitor who is planning to participate at the show in New Orleans should get their paperwork sent in as soon as possible. Swisher goes on to say, ?I?ve had to make numerous changes to the floor plan to accommodate the demand for exhibit space. It?s a great problem to have.?For more information regarding the IFTD show, visit the show website at or email Randi Swisher at addition, all IFTD exhibitors and attendees have the opportunity to stay at the Marriott Hotel at the great rate of $99/night. The Marriott, which is the IFTD show headquarters, is a first class facility located right across the street from the convention center. The demand has been so high, however, that three of the five nights during the show were sold out as of last week. The hotel room block was recently increased to accommodate more guests at the rate of $99/night. To book your lodging now, click here. Want to brush up on your knowledge of fly fishing before the show? Visit WFN's Fishing 101 page for How-To videos and a glossary of terminology.

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