WIN YOUR CHOICE OF ONE OF FOUR DIFFERENT WATERCRAFT MODELS
CHESTERFIELD, MICH. – PM Sports Marketing is excited to announce the grand prize for the 2005 AWA National PWC Jamboree Poker Run. The winner of the Poker Run, which is the feature attraction of the AWA National PWC Jamboree, will get to choose one watercraft from four different watercraft models. The winner will be able to choose from – a Yamaha VX110 Deluxe, a Sea-Doo 3D with all five options/modes or 2004 Honda AquaTrax F-12 or Honda Aquatrax R-12. In addition to the grand prize, there will be all kinds of other prizes from the watercraft manufacturers and the aftermarket community.
The AWA National PWC Jamboree is a three-day national personal watercraft (PWC) recreational and family social and entertainment event that provides an opportunity to showcase the positive aspects of PWC as a lifestyle sport. The event will take place on May 20, 21, and 22 at Nashville Shores Park in Nashville, Tennessee. The event is set up to bring together enthusiasts that share a common interest – the love of the sport of personal watercraft riding. The event will feature 10 exciting PWC events for participants to enjoy including catered dinners, parties, demo rides, a freestyle show, and other fun events. The whole atmosphere of the event will be fun and family-oriented and is open to watercraft enthusiasts of all brands.
Nashville Shores Park is located just minutes from downtown Nashville, on the 14,200-acre J. Percy Priest Lake that features 213 miles of scenic natural shoreline to explore. This is the same site that hosted last year’s Waterfest event. The lake is absolutely beautiful, and except for several marinas, campgrounds, boat launches, and parks, including Nashville Shores, the rest of this huge lake is wide open. The combination of a first class facility, together with exciting recreational PWC events, will make this a very exciting and memorable event.
PWC riders can get more information by clicking here or call PM Sports Marketing at (586) 598-2856. Participants can join online or register on-site at the event.