a
Your go-to source for performance boating.
HomeIn the NewsSunsation ‘Sun Run’ Coming To Lake St. Clair

Sunsation ‘Sun Run’ Coming To Lake St. Clair

Between pandemic restrictions and booming demand for its center consoles, Sunsation Powerboats of Algonac, Mich., hasn’t held a customer-appreciation day on the water for a few years. That will change come August 4 with the company’s Sun Run, which celebrates the high-performance center-console builder’s 40th anniversary, on Lake St. Clair.

The event is open to Sunsation center console and sportboat owners from around the country.

Owned by Dave Burgess of St. Clair, Mich., this striking 40 CCX center is sure to be among the Sunsation beauties in the August 4 event. Photo by Pete Boden copyright Shoot 2 Thrill Pix.

“With COVID in the rearview mirror, we’re back at events this summer and will be hosting one of our own,” said Brad DiMaggio, Sunsation’s director of marketing. “The 40th Anniversary Sun Run is our way to get the Sunsation community together here on our home lake.

“We’re anticipating a good turnout and quite a variety of boats from our offshore performance days to the current CCX lineup,” he added.

Located in Clay Township, Cabana Blue Lakeside Sports Bar and Grill will be the host venue for the run. The day will begin with brunch at the waterfront restaurant, which can accommodate more than 200 boats. From there, the fleet will make of a couple of stops (details to be announced) before rafting up on Munchies Bay.

Interested Sunsation owners can sign up by clicking here.

Said DiMaggio, “This will be our first event in the last few years so we’re excited to put this on and see what kind of a turnout we get. When we get a head count, formal communication on the event will be sent out to those who signed up.”

Related stories
New SOTW Digital Magazine: Reggie Fountain’s Industry Impact, Offshore Racing Preview, Sunsation’s Milestone And More
Conference Call Sunsation 32 CCX Opens New World For First-Time Powerboat Owners

Comments