Boat Show Title Sponsor — Presented by
Beverage and Co-Sponsor, Kingman/Lake Havasu City, AZ
Devoted to the promotion of recreational boating in Lake Havasu City for the benefit of the marine industry, its members and the boating public. Founding organization of the Lake Havasu Boat Show.
PLEASE SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL LAKE HAVASU MARINE ASSOCIATION MEMBERS: MANUFACTURERS, RETAIL DEALERS AND SERVICE PROVIDERS WHENEVER YOU CAN. YOUR BUSINESS IS APPRECIATED.
The 24th Annual Lake Havasu Boat Show is pleased to have the Hampton Inn as its official “host hotel” for the April 10-12, 2015 event. When making reservations, please mention the special boat show booking code CHXBOT for discounted rates . Call 928-855-4071 and book now.
A grass-roots, privately funded boating safety campaign created and implemented by the Lake Havasu Marine Association
MISSION: To instill an awareness among recreational boaters that assigning the responsibility of a sober “Designated Operator” will significantly reduce the number of “under the influence” related boating accidents and fatalities on the water.
GOAL: To make “Designated Operator” synonymous with Colorado River/Lake Havasu safe boating practices.
BE A RESPONSIBLE BOATER….HELP PREVENT THE SPREAD OF INVASIVE SPECIES — “CLEAN, DRAIN AND DRY” YOUR BOAT AFTER USE. AND REMEMBER….LEAVE YOUR DRAIN PLUGS OUT WHEN TRAILERING.
Home to the world famous London Bridge, Lake Havasu is a paradise for water lovers and desert lovers alike. The crystal clear water and sunny skies of Lake Havasu offer the perfect environment for any getaway. Come to Lake Havasu City to discover everything fun about Arizona – Camping, Hiking, Boating, Swimming, Off-Roading, Fishing and more — we have it all!
For complete information 24/7 regarding the many amenities, attractions, special
log on to: http://www.golakehavasu.com
LEGENDS BY THE LAKE CAR SHOW — sponsored by
ARIZONA STATE PARKS
For more information about the many recreational opportunities available at Arizona State Parks, please check-out http://www.azstateparks.org or call 602-542-4174 for more information.