Another Year at Boot Düsseldorf With Jobe!


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Boat show season is going off in a big way, and not just in the States. This past January 17th kicked off the beginning of the January Boot Düsseldorf boat show (until the 25th). Held at the Düsseldorf Exhibition Centre, the amazing Boot Düsseldorf is one of world’s biggest boat shows with more than “1600 exhibitors from over 50 countries” according to a release by Jobe Sports International, who has been on the scene in a big way with a huge collection of their new riding gear and equipment.

The release continues, “You can find one of Jobe’s booths in hall 9 D58 with a great deal of their new collection including the newest wetsuits, towables and PWC gear. Get your hands on the game changing and innovative Jobe Omnia, hangout with the Jobe staff and find out what 2015 is all about for Jobe.”

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Wake Park team Dominik Gührs was on hand this past January 17th at the Wake Park booth.

Additionally, the Jobe SUP and Wake Park are located in Hall 1, Booth A4. The new 2015 Jobe SUP collection includes the latest in hard-shell and inflatable SUPs. And for those interested, you can get technical insight into Jobe’s new boards such as the Conflict, Grace and Pitch by the developers themselves.

Finally, with just this week left, Jobe is hosting a sticker quest for all kids visiting Boot Dusseldorf, where they’ll get the chance to win a Jobe backpack! Simply grab a sticker card at the Jobe booth in Hall 9 and receive one of the 10 pieces to complete the puzzle. Here’s a hint: You’ll find the other stickers spread over nine Jobe dealers in Hall 9 and 10, so happy hunting! Once the puzzle is completed, return your card back at the Jobe stand where a winner will be picked at the end of the day.

And of course, visit www.jobesports.com and stay up on the latest news.

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Kevin Shaw

Editor-in-Chief – kevin.shaw@shawgroupmedia.com Kevin Shaw is a decade-long powersports and automotive journalist whose love for things that go too fast has led him to launching The Watercraft Journal. Almost always found with stained hands and dirt under his fingernails, Kevin has an eye for the technical while keeping a eye out for beautiful photography and a great story.

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