Monster Tower partners with Florida wake park

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Aftermarket wakeboard tower company Monster Tower formed a partnership with Freedom Wake Park in Orlando, Fla.

The park offers wakeboard training to all skill levels and riders of any age.

“When we sell someone a tower for their boat, we want to ensure that they love that tower and what it does for their watersports experience,” Monster Tower general manager Steve Beck said in a statement. “By partnering with the superior-caliber coaches at Freedom Wake Park, we are giving Monster tower owners exposure to ways to enhance their skills and enjoyment.”

Monster Tower is giving away a pair of three-day training sessions at the park during its “Ride Like a Monster” sweepstakes. The company is also creating a resource center to host wakeboarding videos and tips produced by the park on its website and via social media.

“Monster Tower has an expansive family of wakerboarders around the world,” Freedom Wake Park owner Cobe Mikacich said. “This partnership will help us reach more wakeboarding enthusiasts by expanding our global presence.”

Monster Tower said it has sold more than 40,000 towers since 2002 through its online presence and dealer network in the United States and 57 countries around the world.

“Our loyalty to our customers doesn’t end when we sell them a tower,” Beck said. “We want to be a reliable resource for as long as they ride. Our partnership with Freedom is one more benefit we can give our customers to help them maximize their precious time on the water.”


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