2013 Easter Seals Regatta – Skipper and Boat Sponsor Incentives

Derek Hatfields Boat

Register now as a skipper and receive the following:
1. Entry to win an opportunity to crew aboard round-the-world racer Derek Hatfield’s Volvo 60 Amer Sports One in the 2014 St. Maarten Heineken Regatta. (Registration prior to July 5).

2. Stormtech Waterproof Gear Bag (retail value of $75) plus a gift from National Bank.

Register Now as a Skipper

Boat Sponsor Incentives
Register now as a boat sponsor and receive the following:
1. Two tickets to the Pre-Regatta Reception at the BMW Store on July 12.
2. Barbecue and drink tickets for the Post-Race Party on July 13.
3. A Charitable Tax Receipt.
4. Sponsors at $1,000 and $1,500-plus levels will also receive a gift from Helly Hansen.

Sponsor Incentives Gearbag

Click Here for a complete list of Sponsor Benefits
Register Now as a Boat Sponsor

Regatta General Info  |  Skipper/Boat Sponsor Incentives  |  Win a Crew Spot  |  Pre-Regatta Reception

 

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