Operation Wakesurf Brings the Healing Power of Wake to Nashville

Unforgettable, unique experience to be provided to military personnel.
Centurion boat for Operation Wakesurf
Operation Wakesurf in action, paying it forward by bringing the healing power of wake and water to those who serve. Courtesy Operation Wakesurf

Paying it forward to the men and women of our armed forces and first responders is what Operation Wakesurf is all about. Toward that end, OWS is partnering with The Troy Gentry Foundation and presenting a Salute 2 Service Concert to honor those serving and who have served in our armed forces.

The concert takes place Wednesday, May 11, at Elm Hill Marina, Shipwreck Cove, 3361 Bell Street, Nashville,TN. Doors open at 7 pm and the music kicks off at 8 pm.

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Here is the Salute 2 Service concert announcement, honoring the heroes of our armed forces. Courtesy Operation Wakesurf

This concert is just one of many ongoing Operation Wakesurf events. At each, small groups military personnel and/ or first responders are treated to special time on the water participating in watersports, but also treated to inspirational talks and other activities. The goal is to pay it forward by bringing the healing power of wakesports, boating and the water to these heroes.


You can get a feel for what an Operation Wakesurf event is like in this video:

Operation Wakesurf partners with Centurion Boats, Roswell, Monster Energy, XInsurance and more.

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Look for Wakeboarding and Boating Magazine on-site coverage from an upcoming event coming soon, here on the website and on Instagram and Facebook.

For more information, visit: Operation Wake Surf.