VIP Rides Now Available on King Of Wake Towboats

March 15, 2011

Wakeboard fans will now have the opportunity to experience the 2011 King of Wake World Series from the most-exhilarating seat in the house — as a passenger aboard the contest towboat. Series organizer, World Sport & Marketing, announced today that for the first time, fans will have the opportunity to be part of the action by purchasing a passenger seat aboard the official contest towboat during the semifinal and finals rounds of action at each King of Wake event during the upcoming 2011 season.

“There’s not a bad spot on shore to watch the contest, but there is a best seat, and it’s now available to the public for purchase,” said Sean Dishman of World Sport & Marketing. “The boat is a front-row seat to all the action on water that only a handful of people will ever get to experience.”

Passenger seats are exclusive to Pro Men and Jr. Pro Men semifinals, as well as Pro Men, Jr. Pro Men and Pro Women finals. Only one seat aboard the towboat for each of the five rounds will be available for purchase at each event. Prices for the passenger seats range from as low as $200 to $500, depending on the round and the division.


In addition to bragging rights that you witnessed Rusty Malinoski, Phillip Soven, Shaun Murray, and others from the best seat in the house, you’ll also receive hundreds of dollars worth of free schwag, event tickets, VIP hospitality passes, and autographed merchandise.

To purchase a VIP Ride aboard the towboat, visit

Each VIP Ride package includes

— $100 Overton’s shopping spree gift card (Pro Men Finals & Semifinals only)


— A seat about the MasterCraft X-Star, Supra Launch 242 or Super Air Nautique 230

— Free T-shirts

— Free videos


— Free hats

— Eight free event tickets for you and your crew

— Two free VIP hospitality passes to hang out with the pros and sponsors


— Pro rider autographs

— A case of Rockstar Energy Drink

How much it costs

Pro Men Finals: $500

Pro Men Semifinals: $500

Jr Pro Men Finals: $300

Jr Pro Men Semifinals: $300

Pro Women Finals: $200


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