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Winter Ice Buildup in Lakes and Ponds Can Cause a Host of Problems for Boats and Docks, as Well as for Fish and Wildlife

SANTA MARIA, Calif. -- The change of seasons no longer means having to perform labor intensive tasks to safeguard your boat, dock and summer lake equipment from the damage that can occur from frigid, freezing water conditions. This winter use a Deicer in your lake or pond to prevent costly damage, says Discount Pumps.

If you live in a frigid climate, you know your lake or pond is subject to icy conditions. This can make proper care of your dock or shoreline a challenge. If your dock is permanent or you have shoreline structures that have to be protected each year, a Deicer is a must to keep ice from forming around your property.

Deicers are used by marinas, hydropower facilities, municipalities, and pond owners.

Deicer products are designed to keep a large area of the pond or lake, free from ice build-up, even under extreme winter weather conditions. A Deicer will keep an area of water from forming ice wherever the Deicer is placed in the water. They prevent sheets of ice from enveloping the structures left in the water for the winter. Damage occurs when ice is allowed to form causing undue pressure on the item the ice has surrounded. When the ice moves that pressure damages whatever property it has attached to.

The Deicer operates by bringing warmer water up from the bottom of your lake or pond and sending it out (50-foot diameter minimum) in a continuous agitated movement. This enables the water around your dock, boat and shoreline to stay ice-free.

Other benefits of using a dock Deicer are aeration for fish and aquatic life, prevention of debris from settling near your dock, and keeps pond water open that attract birds for hunting.

Learn more: https://discount-pumps.biz/pond-lake-aerators.php

How does this all work?

Dock Deicer: Provides the added plus of in-water boat storage as a possibility during harsh winters. A dock mount deicer mounts quickly and easily to almost any type of dock using a stainless steel dock plate, pipe and yoke assembly that suspends the Deicer under the surface of the water. This mount allows for easy adjustment to accommodate different water levels.

Slinger Deicer: Using nylon rope to secure, the Slinger Deicer can be suspended from a boat, pilings or dock. It easily adjusts to compensate for varying levels of the pond. This is best for use in hard-to-reach areas and rapidly changing weather conditions. An economical solution to prevent ice formation in large marinas and dock areas.

Floating Deicer: Floating Deicer is designed to keep a large area of the pond open in the winter. The deicer is connected to a float approximately 2 feet below the pond's surface. Also the Floating Deicer can adjust for variations in water levels.

Free Standing Deicer: A free standing post for a Deicer without a dock! Now you can place your Deicer in those hard to reach spots, no dock required.

Adding an oscillator: A fully programmable oscillator attachment helps keep larger areas free from ice build-up without the need to purchase a second deicer. Pre-programmed to rotate in 20-degree increments every 20 minutes, an oscillator turns the deicer on its mounting. You can set it for any radius you need, then plug it in, that's it.

The owner of Discount Pumps stated "We offer several sized Deicers for your pond's needs with installation guidelines. To have peace of mind this winter, consider a Deicer to prevent structural ice damage and keep your pond waters free and clear of ice."

Learn more: https://discount-pumps.biz/pond-lake-dock-marina-deicer.php

About Discount Pumps:

Discount Pumps has been an industry leader since their 2003 beginning. Innovation, boldness, creativity and quality has been Discount Pumps operational theme while providing Park Ave. like customer care to their worldwide customer base. For additional information visit our website: https://discount-pumps.biz

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Lake Home and Cabin Buyers: What to Look For at The Water’s Edge

LONG LAKE, Minn. -- Whether you call it a lake home, cabin, cottage or camp, buyers are naturally drawn to the water's edge when looking at lakeshore properties. The wide variety of shoreline conditions gives buyers a lot to consider before they write a purchase agreement, says John Gehring, owner of Solo Dock, a tip-in dock manufacturer in Long Lake, Minnesota.

Some buyers seek a tranquil retreat with a spectacular view. Others want a shoreline suited to an active watersports lifestyle. One important consideration is the set of local ordinances governing each lake. Some municipalities have enacted no-wake or quiet hours rules that allow boat motors to only run at idle from 5:00 pm to 10:00 am, for example.

Next, consider the natural environment at the water's edge.

"The shoreline transition to the water, the depth of the water, and lake bottom conditions all factor into enjoyable use of the lake or river," says John Gehring, owner of Solo Dock, a tip-in dock manufacturer in Long Lake, Minnesota. "Thoughtful selection of a dock or pier will take advantage of the desirable conditions and overcome any challenging aspects of the lakeshore."

A relatively level shoreline allows for easy access to the water and the dock. Lakeshore owners can simply anchor a starter bracket at the water's edge and install the dock. On a shoreline with a hill, the dock can be installed on the beach, at the water's edge, or attached to a new or existing stairway. In either case, Gehring says dock selection decisions need to factor in ease of transporting to a safe and secure location for storage, often at the top of the hill or stairs. Docks that break down into sections as small as six feet long allow one person to install and remove the dock by themselves.

Lakeshore buyers should consider that steep banks may also require stabilization, landscaping and stairs to prevent the bank from sliding into the lake. However, these improvements also preserve the owner's investment, beautifies the property and enhances the view from up top.

Gehring also advises prospective buyers to get water measurements every six feet from shore until the water is at least four-to-six feet deep. Boats typically need a minimum of three feet of water to float if tied to the dock, and four or more feet of water if kept on a lift. Water depth measurements will tell you how many feet of dock you will need to purchase, and how long the pipes need to be for each dock section when you order a dock.

"Getting water depth measurements helps prospective lakeshore owners formulate a plan and a budget for a dock, a boat and maybe a boat lift," says Gehring. "I occasionally talk to new lakeshore owners that didn't get water depth measurements, and when spring arrived they discovered they need 100 or 200 feet of dock, which they didn't budget for. Fortunately, Solo Dock offers a 0 percent financing option to help customers get the dock they need to enjoy the summer on the lake."

Gehring suggests buyers ask if the DNR or lake association regulates the water depth in the lake or river with a dam, and how much the water level fluctuates during the summer. It's an advantage to have a dock that can be installed without getting into the water, especially when the water is high and cold in spring. If getting help to install a dock early in spring and remove it late in fall is in question, consider a dock that one person can install, level and remove to take advantage of the early sunny spring days and the last warm days of fall.

Gehring also suggests finding out what the lake bottom consists of. Is the lake bottom mucky? If so, how deep is the muck? Often there is a few inches to a foot of muck on top of a firm bottom like sand, gravel or clay. This is the result of decayed leaves, etc. accumulating on the lake bottom over many years, especially in lakeshore that hasn't seen active use. Large footpads (12-inch diameter, for example) give dock posts stable support in firm or soft lake bottoms. A removal winch tripod tool allows one person to pull the dock out of sand, silt or muck without getting into the water.

Also, prospective buyers should determine if they will need to purchase flood insurance. If you will have a mortgage on the property and the building is classified as being in a flood plain, your lender will require you to purchase flood insurance. FEMA recently reclassified property that previously didn't require flood insurance.

Finally, Gehring advises prospective buyers to include a dock or boat lift that's on the property in the purchase agreement if it might fit their needs. But if the dock is old, wooden, heavy, etc., buyers should specify that the seller remove and dispose of the dock prior to closing, and start their search for a dock they will enjoy for decades to come.

About Solo Dock:
Solo Dock manufactures and sells an aluminum "Tip-In Dock" that one person can install, level and remove without getting into the water. The company is headquartered in the city of Long Lake, Minnesota, in the western suburbs of Minneapolis. John Gehring is the owner of Solo Dock, and he and his family have lived on Lake Minnetonka for 25 years. In that time he has helped customers, friends and neighbors install many styles of docks on many different types of lakeshore, giving him the experience to advise customers and ship docks across the U.S. and Canada.

For more information, see the company's web site at http://www.SoloDock.com or call 1-952-472-3953.

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Batteries Shack Now Metro Detroit’s Only Authorized Dealer for Deka and Trojan USA Batteries

STERLING HEIGHTS, Mich. -- Ask many boating enthusiasts which deep cycle batteries they prefer for their crafts, and they'll name one of two brands: Deka, or Trojan USA, says Batteries Shack. They're top-of-the-line batteries made in the USA; Deka through a company called East Penn Manufacturing. Both are known for having longer life spans and higher power outputs than competing brands.

The boaters are especially enthusiastic about Trojan USA, as they trust these batteries to get them home after trolling for four or five hours.

In 2008 a fisherman who ended up stranded on the Detroit River was able to get home after his motor shut down because his Trojan Battery had enough power to get the job done. The authorities even asked him what brand he had, and credited his return wholly to his Trojan battery.

But batteries from these brands aren't always so easy to come by. They're difficult to find online. Many big box stores won't carry them, as they can make more money by using private labeling on batteries which come in from overseas. Some big box stores won't sell them at all: Meijer just discontinued their entire line of car, boat, and RV batteries.

For one thing, selling great batteries can be tough. A good Deka or Trojan USA battery can last as long as 7 years. That's a long time to wait for a customer's return. Thus, many battery stores don't want to sell them either. They often prefer to white label batteries too, and typically sell batteries which won't last any longer than three years.

In other states, some enthusiasts have to drive 50 miles or more to get a Deka battery.

Metro Detroit's luckier. Batteries Shack in Sterling Heights is an authorized dealer for both brands. And their Mound Road location just off M59 makes them easy to reach. And the owner, Anas Tela, is enthusiastic about both brands. "It really is tough to get a better battery than a Deka or a Trojan USA."

Even if you have found one of these batteries online there are advantages to purchasing them in person.

"We help you get the old battery out of your boat, RV, or golf cart safely and will install the new one for you. We're also happy to handle charging your battery for you. And if you have questions, we're right here to answer them for you, face-to-face," Tela notes.

There's another advantage to going to Batteries Shack: they guarantee all their batteries are manufactured and dated in the same year. They sell them fully charged, which means you'll know you're getting a solid performer at a low price.

To learn more about Deka Batteries, visit http://www.dekabatteries.com.au/. To learn more about Trojan batteries, visit http://www.trojanbatteries.com.

And to learn more about Batteries Shack, visit https://batteriesshack.com.

ABOUT BATTERIES SHACK:
Batteries Shack offers a full line of batteries for boats, RVs, cars, ATVs, watches, scooters, and more. The store carries only the highest-quality brands, and offers both free installation and charges. They also specialize in cell phone and video game console repair. They're even a great place to drop off electronics customers need to recycle.

To learn more, visit https://batteriesshack.com/.

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Black History Month: Climate Leadership Takes Root February 22-23, 2019

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. -- Delivering the inaugural Black History Month welcome remarks, Bay Ecotarium and Smithsonian Affiliated Aquarium of the Bay President and CEO, George Jacob shared his vision for the $260 million Climate Literacy and Ocean Conservation Living Museum in the making in San Francisco.

Twin iridescent orbs inspired by fish scales, ohlone shell mounds and ocean geometry rise above rippling waves of the San Francisco anchored with a third parabolic cortex that serves as an artificial intelligence robotic pod fostering dynamic climate content.

"Set in three acres of 'zone green' this unique living science museum aims to immerse, move hearts and minds to precipitate continues action to transform lives and induce a lifestyle change towards symbiotic sustainability with nature," said Jacob, the visionary at the helm of this ambitious landmark world class project.

What makes this narrative unique is that it celebrates the indigenous perspectives of environmental stewardship by over 90 native American tribes include the ohlone, the chumash, the miwok, the yokutz et al, who have been stewards of the land for centuries.

With many cities including Oakland, Berkeley and San Francisco declaring Climate Emergencies, never has the momentum been greater to establish a climate and ocean conservation museum. Even as environmental justice and conversations seeking transcendence from marginalized to mainstream engagement, took center stage as author Carl Anthony shared through his powerful new book the need of the hour resonated with the hundreds of attendees who flocked the Aquarium of the Bay to celebrate.

"Our partnership and SANKOFA DAYS at The BAY establish our shared commitment to the principles that stand at the core of this movement for environmental justice and sustainability embodied in the words of Dr. King, 'Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere. We are caught in an inescapable network of mutuality, tied in a single garment of destiny. Whatever affects one directly, affects all indirectly,'" says Executive Director of The NorCalMLK Foundation, Aaron Grizzell.

"In our griot tradition, we seek to construct a new narrative that will resound, and raise mindfulness and collective consciousness of our environmental legacy... a respect, care, and love for our mother Earth; as well as, awaken and ignite our youth to take up the banner for environmental justice and climate change action to secure the future for coming generations," says, Board Member Angelique Tompkins.

Bay.Org / Bay Ecotarium:
Our mission is enabling conversations on climate resilience and ocean conservation globally, while inspiring actionable change locally by protection and preservation of the San Francisco Bay and its ecosystems, from Sierra to the Sea(TM).

* Aquarium of the Bay
* Sea Lion Center
* The Bay Institute
* The Bay Academy
* Eco Center at Heron's Head Park
* The Bay Model Alliance

Learn more at: https://bayecotarium.org/

NorcalMLK Foundation:
The Northern California Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Foundation is a 501(c)(3), charitable organization dedicated to extending Dr. King's vision by fostering a new paradigm that unlocks the promise in every person through ongoing, targeted initiatives throughout the San Francisco bay area and the northern California region. NorcalMLK impacts thousands of lives annually through its three initiatives: Healthy Communities, Learning Communities and Celebrating Communities. Learn more at: https://norcalmlkfoundation.org/

The Links, Incorporated:
The Links, Incorporated is an international organization of over 12,000 professional women of color who are committed to purposeful service. Links members are role models, mentors, activists and volunteers dedicated to active service in our communities. Information: http://www.linksinc.org/

Twitter: @AquariumOTheBay @linksinc #NorcalMLK #ClimateLiteracy

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EPIC Insurance Brokers adds Nikki Howes in Houston TX

HOUSTON, Texas -- EPIC Insurance Brokers and Consultants announced today that Nikki Howes has joined the firm's Energy and Marine Practice, within its Property and Casualty operations, as a Client Advocate, reporting to EPIC Managing Principal and Director of the Southwest Region, KJ Wagner.

Mrs. Howes, based in Houston, will be responsible for new business development and the design, placement and management of property/casualty insurance programs, providing risk management strategies and solutions for mid-market and large clients.

Mrs. Howes joins EPIC from Upstream Brokers (an Acrisure Partner Company), where she served as Vice President with a focus on the risk exposures of marine and energy operations in the Gulf of Mexico. Prior to that, she also spent significant time with USI Insurance Services as a Marine & Energy Account Executive.

"We are thrilled to continue the growth of our Property & Casualty team in the Southwest region with Nikki's addition," said KJ Wagner. "She brings a strong risk management background that adds tremendous value to our clients in the Marine and Energy industries and our organization as a whole. Nikki will be a terrific addition to EPIC."

Nikki Howes can be reached at nikki.howes@epicbrokers.com or 832-746-2249.

About EPIC:

EPIC is a unique and innovative retail property and casualty and employee benefits insurance brokerage and consulting firm. EPIC has created a values-based, client-focused culture that attracts and retains top talent, fosters employee satisfaction and loyalty and sustains a high level of customer service excellence.

EPIC team members have consistently recognized their company as a "Best Place to Work" in multiple regions and as a "Best Place to Work in the Insurance Industry" nationally.

EPIC now has more than 1,800 team members operating from 80 offices across the U.S., providing Property and Casualty, Employee Benefits, Specialty Programs and Private Client solutions to EPIC clients.

With run rate revenues greater than $575 million, EPIC ranks among the top 15 retail insurance brokers in the U.S. Backed and sponsored by Oak Hill Capital Partners, the company continues to expand organically and through strategic acquisitions across the country.

For additional information, please visit: https://www.epicbrokers.com/

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Moduline Cabinets Chosen by the New York Yacht Club American Magic Racing Team

BROCKTON, Mass. -- Moduline Cabinets, a leading high-alloy aluminum cabinet manufacturer, was recently chosen by the New York Yacht Club American Magic racing team to outfit their work containers. The team is a combination of The New York Yacht Club and Bella Mente Quantum Racing Association. They will compete in the upcoming 36th America's Cup in New Zealand in 2021.

"We chose Moduline Cabinets to be installed in our containers because of the high quality, durability, weight, and looks of the customizable aluminum cabinet systems," said a representative of the yacht racing team.

Moduline Cabinets make the perfect choice for stationary or mobile work environments. The cabinets are lightweight for transport in the yacht containers, trailers, and mobile vehicles. Since they are lightweight, the gross vehicle weight (GVW) is reduced, improving gas mileage.

The design and construction of the high-alloy aluminum cabinets make them as strong, or stronger, than many steel cabinets available on the market. Aluminum keeps the overall weight to a minimum while also being corrosion resistant. This added benefit of aluminum makes them the right choice for any marine environment.

Moduline Cabinets are proudly made in the USA out of high-alloy aluminum. The engineering and precise workmanship reflects in the high quality cabinets, tool boxes, and accessories. We guarantee our cabinets and products to last a lifetime.

"We have seen a huge upswing in orders from yacht racing teams from around the globe and are very honored that a team like Bella Mente Quantum Racing has chosen our cabinets for their containers. We look forward to a long relationship with Bella Mente Quantum Racing and becoming more involved with the yacht racing industry in the coming years," said Tim Cass, Sales and Marketing Manager for Moduline Cabinets.

Moduline Cabinets has built high-alloy aluminum cabinet systems for almost 30 years. Their primary focus started with the auto racing industry. Since the company's beginning, other industries have sought their cabinet systems. Now, Moduline Cabinets serves almost every industry from garage and shop organization, to marine, aviation, education, and many more industries in-between.

See more information about Moduline Cabinets and our products at https://www.modulinecabinets.com/.

We offer a complimentary design consultation and quote with our Get Started form at https://www.modulinecabinets.com/get-started/

About Moduline Cabinets:

Moduline Cabinets is a premier designer and manufacturer of quality, American-made modular aluminum storage cabinets. Applications include residential homes and garages, vehicles, trailers, commercial and industrial shops, and car dealerships. Moduline Cabinets provides high-quality aluminum cabinet solutions for car enthusiasts and professionals for over 25 years. Our designer appearance enhances garages and shops, and our cabinets stand up against the daily rigors of any environment.

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The Seidel Diesel Group Becomes a Master Distributor of Honeywell Garrett Turbochargers

BOLINGBROOK, Ill. -- The Seidel Diesel Group is excited to announce its new business relationship with Honeywell Garrett(R). Effective March 1, 2018, Seidel Diesel Group became one of Honeywell Garrett's master distributors for the United States and Canada, representing genuine Garrett original equipment turbochargers.

This new business relationship will provide Honeywell Garrett with additional distribution coverage while allowing The Seidel Diesel group to provide a comprehensive offering across the country. This will provide SDG's customers faster access to the full range of Garrett products by strategically stocking in their warehouses.

"The Seidel Diesel Group is proud to work with such a prestigious organization as Honeywell Garrett," stated Paul Thoms, President of SDG. "We are thrilled to be included in such an elite group as the other Honeywell Garrett master distributors and excited about the potential for our customers and employees."

For more information: http://seideldieselgroup.com/.

About The Seidel Diesel Group:

The Seidel Diesel Group is comprised of Midwest Fuel Injection Service, Metro Fuel Injection Service, Pacific Fuel Injection Service, Action Truck Parts and Diesel Service Center. The Seidel Diesel group was founded in 1981 and there are 13 operating entities in seven states. The Seidel Diesel Group has established itself as one of the leading suppliers of diesel fuel injection components, turbochargers, diesel fuel additives and diesel engine components in the United States. The Seidel Diesel Group is headquartered in Bolingbrook, Ill.

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Miami Mold Specialists Upgrades Attic and Crawlspace Mold Removal Technologies

MIAMI, Fla. -- Prestigious South Florida Mold Removal Co., Miami Mold Specialists, Acquires State of the Art Fogger Tech. Specifically Designed for Attic, Crawlspace, and Maritime Mold Remediation and Disinfecting.

Toxic mold in attics and crawlspaces is a major problem throughout the state of Florida. Taking into account the past hurricane season, crawlspaces among many other areas exposed to flooding would all be perfect places for mold to thrive. Attics are another prime area for mold to grow as these areas are constantly under extreme temperatures and consistent high levels of excess moisture and humidity as South Florida is in fact, classified as a tropical climate.

Miami Mold Specialists new state of the art vector foggers are specifically designed for getting in those hard to reach areas, such as in attics and crawlspaces. The innovative South Florida mold removal company also utilizes Airbiotics, an all-natural, all purpose, VOC free, biodegradable cleaner that utilizes natural probiotics to clean and disinfect areas on a microscopic level.

For more information about Miami Mold Specialists new mold removal technology, visit-
https://www.miamimoldspecialists.com/exclusive-vectorfog-attic-fogger.

According to the Miami Mold Specialists website, "By utilizing cold fusion and AirBiotics cleaning solutions, your attic's air quality will be restored and the temperature will decrease significantly. The fogger uses ULC (ultra-low volume) technology which produces a powerful 8-16 GPH flow rate and it can easily cover an area of 328 square feet in less than 1 minute; this makes it one of the most durable and powerful ULV fogger on the market."
For more information on Miami Mold Specialists Latest Attic, Crawlspace, and Marine Mold Removal and disinfectant technologies visit-
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About Miami Mold Specialists:
Miami's Premier Indoor Air Quality, Mold Remediation Service Provider- Miami Mold Specialist: High Tech and Eco-Friendly Indoor Air Quality, Mold Inspection, 3rd Party" Conflict Free" Mold Testing, and Mold Removal Services. Multi Certified, Licensed, Bonded, and Insured. Over 30 Years Experience!
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Documentary on Plight of Ground Fishermen to be Screened in Maine Towns

KITTERY, Maine -- aine residents will have an opportunity soon to witness the devastating impacts of federal regulations on the lives of New England ground fishermen, as seen through the eyes of a documentary filmmaker with a long record of acclaimed work. David Wittkower's "Dead in the Water" will be shown at four Maine community theaters in April.

It will be shown at Kittery, Star Theater, Waterville's Railroad Square, Boothbay Harbor's The Harbor Theater and Belfast's The Colonial Theater. The 7 p.m. screenings will be followed by a question period and panel discussion featuring local, New England commercial fishermen and the film makers.

Dates and Times (Schedule):
* Kittery Community Center - 04/06/18 - 120 Rogers Road, Kittery, ME 03904.
* Railroad Square Theater - 04/08/18 - 17 Railroad Square, Waterville, ME 04901.
* Harbor Theater - 04/09/18 - 185 Townsend Ave, Boothbay Harbor, ME 04538.
* The Colonial Theater - 04/10/18 - 163 High Street, Belfast, ME 04915.

* At each screening, a Q&A will follow immediately after the film, with the filmmaker and fishermen.

The film was shot in New England coastal towns. It features scenes and interviews with area fishermen, their spouses and other family members, advocates for fishermen, elected officials, and community activists.

"This film opens the doors for the world to see how difficult and dangerous the life of a fisherman is," said John Bell, a former mayor of Gloucester, Massachusetts who advised Wittkower during the project. "On top of that, the impact of misguided federal regulations on fishermen has never been presented as powerfully as it is in 'Dead in the Water.' This film packs a real punch. It stays with you long after you've seen it."

On March 18, 2018, "Dead in the Water" received an award for Excellence in Cinematography for a Documentary at the Depth of Field International Film Festival competition. The film also features Grammy Award winning singer, Paula Cole.

Wittkower said he's hoping now that the film will show the audience what is really happening in this very complicated issue. "What we would like to see out of all this is to have people support commercial fishermen. I'd like to see people demand more fish is caught off of U.S. waters than to get it from Vietnam, Norway and New Zealand, and don't eat Tilapia."

Tickets to the April screenings are available by contacting the theaters or at their doors.

View the film trailer: https://youtu.be/RNGXvzBaamk

More information can be seen on the website: https://www.deadinthewater.info/.

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The Pap Corps Hosts Inaugural Yacht Hop and Waterside Soiree to Raise Cancer Research Funds

DEERFIELD BEACH, Fla. -- The Pap Corps, Champions for Cancer Research is proud to announce that acclaimed movement artist/choreographer Jon Boogz and The Aqualillies will be headlining their "Inaugural Yacht Hop & Waterside Soiree." The mega night of mega yachts will take place on Saturday, April 7, 2018 at the famed Turnberry Marina and Turnberry Isle Condominium. This nautical night will support The Pap Corps in their mission to raise research funds for all types of cancer at Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center at the University of Miami.

Tickets, $125 for GA and $200 for VIP, are available at www.thepapcorps.org.

"This is the night to 'Sea and Be Seen' in Miami," said The Pap Corps CEO, David Bakelman. "We are thrilled to be launching this inaugural evening of marina mingling, dock dining and exceptional entertainment in support of cancer research. We encourage guests to dress in comfortable nautical-chic attire and be ready to indulge their senses!"

VIP guests will be invited on a world-wide yacht hop, as each yacht, over 120 feet long, will transport guests to another country via music, food and ambiance. All guests will enjoy the culinary delights of celebrity Chef Vincent Gourmet and dazzling performances by The Aqualillies and Jon Boogz.

Jon Boogz has been praised by everyone from The New York Times to The Atlantic for his incredible artistry and social consciousness. The movement artist and choreographer, a well-known force in the dance community, has had his choreographies featured on "So You Think You Can Dance" and Cirque du Soleil's Michael Jackson "ONE" show. He has also worked with artists such as Mikhail Baryshnikov and Gloria Estefan. More info: http://www.jonboogz.com/

The Aqualillies, billed as the world's most glamorous water entertainment, are credited with renaissance of water ballet. The synchronized swimmers are breathtaking mermaids that often jump out of the pool taking 'shellfies' photos with guests to capture the awe of the moment. Aqualillies Performance Video

Chef Gourmet pushes the boundaries of creativity, which results in delicious and unique taste experiences for any event. From the careful addition of flavorful edible flowers, to molecular gastronomy and the use of liquid nitrogen, he likes to surprise the diner, and there are few limits to his quest for subtle and intriguing flavors.

About The Pap Corps:

Since its founding in 1952, The Pap Corps has donated more than $110 million to Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, including a historic $50 million pledge in 2016 dedicating The Pap Corps Campus at Sylvester at Deerfield Beach. The Pap Corps derives its name from Dr. George Papanicolaou, a pioneer in cytopathology and early cancer detection, who introduced the world to the revolutionary 'Pap' test. A small group of women began the organization to support his efforts, and over the decades it has grown into an organization of over 20,000 men and women, in over 50 chapters, who raise funds to support all types of cancers.

For more information about the organization's history, fundraising initiatives and volunteer opportunities, please visit http://www.papcorps.org/.

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