ICAST

AcronymDefinition
ICASTInternational Convention of Allied Sportfishing Trades
ICASTInternational Conference on Advanced Science and Technology (Mid-America Chinese American Professionals Association)
ICASTInstitute for Communication and Analysis of Science and Technology (Switzerland)
ICASTInternational Conference on Advances in Space Technologies
ICASTInternational Center for Appropriate & Sustainable Technology
ICASTInformation Centre for Aerospace Science & Technology
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It seems fitting that a pioneer of professional tournament bass fishing would help his team win the first-ever international exhibition of the sport--the ICAST Cup.
They had a strong presence at ICAST with a respected pro staff, including Gainesville angling legend Shaw Grigsby, who has been involved in the testing of Trokar hooks for several years--yes; they have been in the design/research phase for that long.
ICAST in Orlando meant money in the bank for our statewide economy.
Nevins represented the landlord in the Shandwick and ICAST transactions, while Vice President Chip Sealey represented Cohen Brothers in the NewsEdge negotiation.
To continue consumer sales growth and expand market share further, Lowrance recently unveiled its 2002 product offering, including 11 all-new compact models for "Lowrance" and "Eagle" brands at the American Sportfishing Association's recent 44th annual ICAST trade-only show.
Nasdaq:LEIX) unveiled its exciting all-new 2002 SONAR and Global Positioning System (GPS) product line to marine electronics dealers and distributors at the American Sportfishing Association's 44th annual ICAST trade-only show.
We will begin showing SeaView products starting with the ICAST Annual Sportfishing Expo in Las Vegas in July.