Date changed for AquaPalooza 2010

Published online: Mar 30, 2010 News
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Sea Ray Boats changed the date of the AquaPalooza 2010 signature event to July 10.

The move was made to accommodate the schedule of a major musical act, the identity of which will be announced at a later date, the company said.

"AquaPalooza has become synonymous with great music, thanks to the past involvement of artists like Taylor Swift, Alan Jackson, Soul Asylum, Everclear and Cracker," said Rob Noyes, vice president of marketing for Sea Ray, in a statement. "By shifting the date of our signature event forward three weeks, we move closer to signing another big-name performer for 2010. Hopefully, we'll be revealing the big news in a few more weeks."

This year's signature event will take place on Lake Travis, a short drive from San Antonio and Austin, Texas. The lake offers 15 marinas and 11 public boat ramps, as well as numerous powerboat, houseboat and PWC rental facilities.

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