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Chattanooga River Run Registration Still Open With 40 Entries So Far

Coming up this weekend, the Chattanooga River Run produced by the Tennessee Powerboat Club has filled 40 of its 75 available spots for the weekend happening. Though registration will remain open through Friday, the organizers are encouraging would-be participants to sign up as soon as possible.

Slots are still open for the Chattanooga River Run, which is absorbing the Old Hickory Fun Run, Raft-Up this year. Photo by Pete Boden from the 2018 Old Hickory Fun Run copyright Shoot 2 Thrill Pix/speedonthewater.com.

The boats will depart Rankin Marina on Saturday morning for the 35-mile trek on the Chattanooga River to Rankin Cove. The run will be followed by an outdoor celebration that evening.

The event organizers are adhering to Tennessee COVID-19 guidelines.

“Per state guidelines, we will be providing face masks and hand sanitizer,” said Justin Lucas, who is organizing the event with longtime go-fast boating friends Gerald Brown, Chad Collier and Mark Godsey. “They are allowing indoor dining but we will be utilizing the outside deck area for our group celebration.

“We’re hoping to get another 10 to 20 boats in the next few days,” he added.

Click here for additional information and registration.

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