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Space Coast to Host Super Boat Grand Prix

BREVARD – Get ready to hear the roar of several dozen super boats, as they race one another along one of Florida’s most famous beaches. On Wednesday, May 14 through Sunday, May 18, “Thunder on Cocoa Beach,” the Space Coast’s Super Boat Grand Prix, will storm the beaches of Port Canaveral to world famous Cocoa […]

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Thunder On Cocoa Beach Has Huge Impact On Brevard

COCOA BEACH – The Thunder on Cocoa Beach boat races next month promises to be faster and and more furious than last year. And if attendance levels grow to expectations, it also should be more lucrative for the local tourism industry. Last year, organizers estimated the four-day event attracted 80,000 spectators and had a $16 […]

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Suncoast Grand Prix Boat Race Charity Success

Suncoast Charities for Children and Super Boat International teamed up to create a very successful year at the Suncoast Grand Prix. The event helped raise $100,000 for the Suncoast Charities for Children which helps special needs kids in the Sarasota area. Due to funding cuts, the need for support gets greater every year. The efforts […]

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Super Boat Grand Prix Economic Impact Reported by SNN

The Suncoast Super Boat Grand Prix was a record year for organizers of the event as well as the local economy. The event brought in more than 14 Million dollars into the local economy, approximately a 12% increase from last year. Money raised from the event benefits the Suncoast Charities for Children to help local […]

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Great Lakes Grand Prix Once Again Injects Millions into Local Economy

Michigan City, Indiana (Sept. 7, 2011) – For the third year in a row, the Great Lakes Grand Prix offshore powerboat race, hosted by the LaPorte County Convention and Visitors Bureau and sanctioned by Super Boat International, injected several million dollars into the local LaPorte County economy. According to Jack Arnett, Executive Director of the […]

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