Tennessee Boaters Invited to Boating Safety Day
Free event sponsored by Sea Tow, local, state and federal agencies
Tennessee boaters are invited to attend the first ever Boating Safety Day in Lenoir City. Boaters can bring their boats – by water or on a trailer – and get a free U.S. Coast Guard safety inspection. Boaters of all ages will learn about safe boating through demonstrations, by riding a personal watercraft (PWC) that simulates driving while intoxicated, and by taking the Sea Tow Foundation’s Boating Safety Challenge. Prizes, food and fun are sure to be had by water-lovers of all ages.
WHO: Sea Tow Fort Loudon is sponsoring the event in cooperation with the Wear It Tennessee campaign, National Safe Boating Council, U.S. Coast Guard, U. S. Coast Guard Auxiliary, U.S. Power Squadron, Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency, Fort Loudon Lake Association and the Loudon County Dive Rescue Team.
WHAT: A FREE boating safety event for the entire family
Educational safe boating activities & challenges
Personal watercraft BWI simulator
All proceeds of food sales support the all-volunteer Loudon County Dive Rescue Team
WHEN: May 1, 2010 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
WHERE: Lenoir City ParK
Lenoir City, Tenn.
The boat ramp at Lenoir City Park will be closed May 1. The nearest boat ramp is the Canal Ramp, which is located at the start of Tellico Parkway, about a mile away.
About Sea Tow:
Sea Tow Services International, Inc. is the nation’s leading marine assistance provider. Founded in 1983 by Chairman
& CEO Capt. Joe Frohnhoefer, Sea Tow now serves over 165,000 members in approximately 110 locations throughout the United States, Europe, Australia, the Bahamas and Puerto Rico. For a full list of membership benefits, or to inquire about becoming a Sea Tow franchisee, please visit seatow.com/about/franchise.asp.
About Sea Tow Fort Loudon: Established in March 2003, Sea Tow Fort Loudon is owned by Capt. Chad Walters and serves boaters on Fort Loudon, Tellico and Watts Bar Lakes.
Sea Tow Fort Loudon