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Valdosta, GA, September 16, 2019 —
Two outfitters will have boats for free rental; thanks, NWXpeditions and VSU Core!
Or bring your own, of course.
Again this year, Boy Scouts of America, South Georgia Council, will be there.
TNT Hot Dogs will have food, and paddlers each get a ticket for a beer at Georgia Beer Company.
“There’s still time for more sponsors to sign up!”
said Boomerang mastermind Bobby McKenzie,
“And you can wear your Halloween costumes!”
“This is the sort of cross-state-line ecotourism all the local counties
say they want to promote, maybe including some friendly Georgia-Florida rivalry,” said Suwannee Riverkeeper John S. Quarterman,
“Paddle racing and leisurely paddling on the idyllic blackwater
Withlacoochee River. Plenty of water, no deadfalls, plus shoals!”
Gathering at 11AM, Saturday, October 26, 2019, at State Line Ramp in Georgia, we will paddle into Florida, with staggered starts
for turnarounds at 1, 2, and 3 miles, then back to where
Tickets are $20 until October 15th, then $30.
Vendor space is free for nonprofits vested in conservation or stewardship of our waters. There is a $20 fee for for-profit vendors, and because it’s a park a selling permit is required.
Thanks to Valdosta-Lowndes County Parks & Recreation Authority (VLPRA) for use of State Line Boat Ramp.
Sponsors get their name and logo on a banner, in announcements, and
in flyers, with various other perks at different levels of
Everything about WWALS Boomerang 2019 is here: