Boaterz n Bikerz tour wraps up

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A group of boating industry executives and sponsored guests from eight states participated in the fifth Boaterz n Bikerz of America: Hull of a Tour 5, “The Dragon’s Roar,” a weeklong adventure designed to promote the best of boating and motorcycling.

The ride took place in the Smokey Mountains with the Iron Horse Motorcycle Lodge and Resort in Robinsville, N.C., serving as the headquarters. Thirty six participants on 24 motorcycles rode through the mountains of North Carolina, Tennessee and Georgia.

Wanda Kenton Smith

Wanda Kenton Smith

“It was an awesome tour this year and our crew shared some fantastic experiences together,” Wanda Kenton Smith of Kenton Smith Marketing and Hull of a Tour co-founder, said in a statement. “Our event is unique in that we combine the best of both boating and motorcycling activities on our agenda to whet the appetites and passions of our tour participants.”

The Dragon’s Roar included five days of scheduled tour events including a number of different motorcycle rides and a day of wake surfing with Malibu Boats. The week was supported by title sponsor Evinrude/BRP and additional sponsors, Sea Tow, Malibu Boats, Emerald Coast Marine Group, Boogey Lights, Born to Ride magazine, Jim Kreuger Photography and Kenton Smith Marketing.

For more information about Boaterz n Bikerz of America Hull of a Tour 5 – The Dragon’s Roar, visit http://www.kentonsmithmarketing.com/dragon-s-roar.html

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