Edgewater, Fla. (May 15, 2015) - Boston Whaler officials are joining boating safety advocates during National Safe Boating Week, from May 16-22, to promote safe and responsible boating, including consistently wearing a life jacket every time a boater is on the water, using products and services that promote safe boating, and seeking proper training to educate and inform boaters.
Boston Whaler also will join with Mercury Marine engines and parts and accessories as well as a dozen other Brunswick boat brands in featuring a sweepstakes on social media. The contest prize is a safety kit featuring Attwoods bailer safety kit, multi-function LED sport light, first aid kit, telescoping emergency paddle and 40-liter dry bag along with two, Mustang personal flotation devices and a Mercury Marine emergency-shutoff lanyard. Each of Brunswicks 13 marine brands participating in this initiative will conduct a social media sweepstakes contest, and each will offer a safety kit. You can enter by visiting the Official Boston Whaler Owners Club Facebook page.
The contest is open to all U.S. consumers, with the exception of Brunswick employees and their immediate family, who are ineligible to win. Contestants can enter once a day for the life of the contest, with 13 winners one for each brand — being selected at random on May 26 from the pool of all eligible entries at each brand. Prizes will be shipped within 15 days of the announcement of the winners.
National Safe Boating Week is the launch of the 2015 North American Safe Boating Campaign. This yearlong campaign promotes safe and responsible boating and the value of voluntary, consistent life jacket wear by recreational boaters through the campaigns national theme, Wear It!
You can have a great time, while choosing to always wear a life jacket and being a responsible boater, said Boston Whalers President Huw Bower.
National Safe Boating Week is the launch of the 2015 North American Safe Boating Campaign. This year-long campaign to promote safe and responsible boating including the following: