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Free Year In Review Issues to First 200 Tickfaw 200 Participants to Stop at Blind River Bar

In conjunction with Anthony Gregoire, the owner of the popular Blind River Bar in Maurepas, La., speedonthewater.com is excited to announce that the first 200 participants in this week’s Tickfaw 200 Poker Run to visit the bar and restaurant on Friday (May 6) will receive a free copy of the Speed On The Water 2015 Year In Review magazine.

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Blind River Bar is going to have 200 free copies of the Speed On The Water Year In Review available on Friday during the Tickfaw 200 Poker Run. Grab a copy, or a second one if you’ve already bought one. Photo courtesy Tickfaw 200 Poker Run

The collector’s edition coffee-table-style issue, which is for sale here, includes coverage of the 2015 Tickfaw 200 as well as dozens of other poker runs and performance boat events.

Located on the corner of Blind River and Diversion Canal, Blind River Bar was established in 1983 and is only accessible by boat. It is one of 10 stops in the two-day, 200-mile poker run and, according to Gregoire, the crew at Blind River Bar is ready for a busy week of serving refreshments as well as bona fide fresh Cajun cuisine from the large covered deck or inside the air-conditioned bar.

While you’re at Blind River Bar, keep an eye out for speedonthewater.com photographer Pete Boden, aka Shoot 2 Thrill Pix, who is currently driving through Texas on his way from the Desert Storm Poker Run in Lake Havasu City, Ariz., to Blood River Marina in Springfield, La.—home of the Tickfaw 200. He’ll be taking pictures for the next digital magazine as well as the 2016 Year In Review.

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