2015 Lppc Lake Pleasant Party Cove World Record Setting Tie Up / Raft Up ~ Saturday, May 2, 2015

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2015 Lppc Lake Pleasant Party Cove World Record Setting Tie Up / Raft Up ~ Saturday, May 2, 2015
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MARK YOUR 2015 CALENDARS FOR THIS DATE! On Saturday, May 2, 2015, we are planning our event at Lake Pleasant to break the world record for boat tie-ups. Please share and invite all of your friends! We decided to not rush this event and plan it for the spring of 2015 when the level of the lake will be higher and the weather will be the most enjoyable. There will be extensive planning that will go into this as most of the boats will be brought in utilizing the different boat ramps across the lake. The current record is 1651 boats. This was done in 2010 at Lake Cumberland in Kentucky. Arizona has the largest boat per capita in the world so with the proper planning and execution, breaking the world record will be within reach. We will need a number of volunteers that can help with loading and unloading boats at the docks, tying boats together, along with other tasks to insure the event runs smooth. More details will be available as we get closer to the event. Everyone is welcome to join this event so please spread the word.

DO NOT DRIVE UNDER THE INFLUENCE!! BE SAFE ON OUR LAKES! If you are in need of someone to help out with your Designated Driving, please send us a message and we will find someone to help you out. Make a checklist for your boat to make sure you have everything such as ropes/lines, anchors, bumpers/buoys, life vests, flotation devices, fire extinguishers, drain plug, garbage bags, sun block, extra water, extra beer, towels, and so on... DO NOT RUN YOUR BOAT MOTORS WHILE TIED UP TO THE LINE OF BOATS TO CHARGE YOUR BATTERIES TO PLAY YOUR STEREO!! MAKE SURE TO HAVE YOUR LIFE VESTS AVAILABLE FOR EASY ACCESS. We do not want anyone to have serious injury or die from carbon monoxide poisoning or drowning in the water. Be careful each and every time you start your motor. The driver/captain is responsible for the safety of his/her crew so always make sure the prop is clear before starting the motor. Make sure your ladder is up and the person in the back is 100% sure that there are no people in the water behind the boat. Any questions, message us here or send text messages only to 520-405-3175.
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