With a hint of snow—okay maybe it’s more like a definite threat—in Boise, ID, as we get closer to the weekend that seems like the perfect time to have a snowmobile show.
It happens this weekend when the Idaho Snowmobile Show gets rolling Friday at 3 p.m. The show goes until 8 p.m. that night and then starts all over again on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. It takes place once again at the Expo Idaho facility in Boise, more specifically at 5610 Glenwood.
And, just like at the Intermountain Snowmobile Show last month in Utah, anyone who pays to get in receives a free gift. Yea, that turned out to be pretty popular in Utah and we’re guessing it will also be a popular in Boise. That free gift (hat, T-shirt or calendar) is courtesy of SnoWest Magazine, MotorFist and Allstate Insurance and is our way of saying thanks for attending the show and helping us celebrate 40 years of being on the mountain..
One thing we are doing special for the Idaho Snowmobile Show is we will be streaming the show LIVE on both days on www.powersportstv.net. Also, if you would like to ask a representative from one of the Big Four snowmobile manufacturers a question, get that question in now and it will be answered for you at the Idaho Snowmobile Show. And, if for some reason you can’t make it to the show, we will be broadcasting the Q&A live on www.powersportstv.net.
Dan Adams will be representing Polaris, Rob Alford Ski-Doo, Rob Kincaid Arctic Cat and Troy Johnson Yamaha. Choose the link listed below for the person you would like to answer the question. For a questions open to all please use firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here are the individual e-mails for each manufacturer’s representative: email@example.com
No one else in the industry is doing this kind of Q&A and we hope sledders will take advantage of this unique opportunity.
Once again, a great line up of exhibitors will be on display. You will discover snowmobiling resorts and destinations to map out new winter adventures. Check out the latest and greatest sleds from Arctic Cat, Polaris and Ski-Doo as well as hundreds of aftermarket products. Learn from Brandy Floyd in her "Girls Just Wanna Have Fun" seminar and listen to Bret Rasmussen as he talks about riding skills. See the SnoWest project sled and bike come alive.
Prizes? We’ve got ‘em. Win an Arctic Cat ZR120, a Arctic Cat M 6000, a trip, MotorFist gear or a starring role in an eposide of PowerSports Adventures.
There will be $3,000 in giveaways in Klim Gear with your Klim Kash; $1000 in Western Power Sports gift certificates and Ultimax Belts gift certificates.
There will also be jump houses and activities for the kids.
The Swap Meet (BOTH Days of the show inside the facility) will once again be in the north hall of the building. It is not to late to call Mike at 208-880-8052 or Marvin at 208-412-0987 and get a spot at the Swap Meet.
MotorFist Gear Up Challenge
Admission is $8.50 for general admission, $7.50 for Senior Citizen/Military and children under 12 are free.
Save $1/ticket here: Purchase Tickets. Online ticket sales close Friday at noon.
The show is sponsored by SnoWest Magazine, Allstate Insurance, MotorFist, Western Power Sports, Ultimax, Arctic Cat and the Idaho State Snowmobile Association
For more information visit the www.intermountainshow.com.