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Indmar Marine Engines Sponsors the Supreme Mexico Wakesurf Championship

April 26, 2013
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Millington, Tenn. (April 35, 2013) ~ Indmar Marine Engines and Supreme Boats announced today that Indmar will sponsor the 2013 Supreme Mexico Wakesurf Championship set for May 10 – 11 in Loreto, Mexico. The first Annual event will make its debut at the Loreto Baja Golf Resort and Spa and will feature the sports top professional and amateur wakesurfers in the world.

Indmar’s deep-rooted heritage and rich history of growing the watersports industry makes this sponsorship a natural fit,” explained Scott Clack, Director of Business Development.  “Indmar was one of the original supporters of the Pro WaterSki Tour, ASWEF Foundation and the Pro Wakeboard Tour, so adding the Wakesurf Championships to our fleet of sponsored events makes sense and is inline with our company’s culture.”

The two-day championship is towed with the highly acclaimed, swell throwing 2013 Supreme V226 powered by Indmar. This event is one of a limited number of qualifying competitions for the 2013 World Series of Wake Surfing and features 15 divisions with competitors ranging from seven years to age 60. Prize money will be awarded for 1st, 2nd & 3rd place in each of the four Pro Divisions with a $10,000 purse up for grabs. The Amateur Division podium placers will receive some of the newest and hottest gear in wake.

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With more than perfect water conditions, a resort shoreline that entertains and the fellowship of wakesurfers from around the world – guarantee this is one Wakesurfing event you will not want to miss.  There is limited space available for those who would like to compete.

To register, go to: http://www.thecwsa.org/content/registration-live-loreto-stop-mexico-wsc.

To learn more about the event location or to book a room, go to: http://www.loretobaja.com/.

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