Nautique test-drive tour returns this summer

Nautique announced the locations and dates of this summer’s Proving Grounds Tour.

Nautique announced the locations and dates of this summer’s Proving Grounds Tour behind the Super Air Nautique G-Series boats.

More than 30 stops will entail a day that allows consumers to experience the G-Series wakeboard wake and wakesurf wave.

“For the past three years the Nautique Proving Grounds Tour has introduced the watersports lifestyle to thousands all across the United States,” Nautique president Greg Meloon said in a statement. “Our team looks forward to introducing many more people to the Nautique G-Series of boats through this summer’s tour.”

Further information is available by reviewing the Proving Grounds Tour schedule or by contacting a Nautique dealer to sign up.


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