2017 Great American Outdoor Show Announces Free Readmission February 12

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posted on February 8, 2017
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The Great American Outdoor Show has announced "Bounce Back Sunday," a special promotion allowing all outdoor enthusiasts attending the world's largest consumer sports and outdoor show the opportunity to be readmitted for free on Feb. 12, the show's final day. To qualify attendees must have purchased a show ticket on any previous day and bring that ticket back on Feb. 12.

Featuring nearly 1,100 exhibits, over 200 outdoor seminars and demonstrations, daily celebrity appearances, and more than a dozen special events and contests. Filling the 650,000 square foot PA Farm Show Complex in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, the Great American Outdoor Show is a nine-day celebration of the outdoor traditions treasured by millions of Americans. But it can be difficult to see everything the show has to offer in a single day.

Missed an entire exhibitor hall? Want to purchase merchandise, a hunt, or a fishing trip you passed up? Bounce Back Sunday is your last chance to experience the Great American Outdoor Show until next winter. Take advantage of Bounce Back Sunday on Feb. 12 by presenting a Great American Outdoor Show ticket stub from one of the previous eight days and you will be readmitted for free—simple as that.

The Great American Outdoor Show is a nine-day celebration of the hunting, fishing, and outdoor traditions treasured by millions of Americans and their families. Featuring firearms and accessory manufacturers, outfitters, fishing gear, boats, RVs, and archery, more than 1,100 exhibitors make the Great American Outdoor Show the largest consumer sports and outdoor show in the world.

For more information or to buy tickets to the show, click here, or follow us on Facebook here! Download the official Great American Outdoor Show mobile app to help plan your trip and get up-to-minute information and updates at the show! Apple iOS users can download the Great American Outdoor Show app from the iTunes store, and Android users can download the app from the Google Play Store.

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