Please join Lake Erie Paddler is supporting the Black River Clean-Up 2014. The Black River Clean-up is an effort spearheaded by a local kayaker group know as Loco Yaks. So do something good for the environment and the local community by volunteering for the cleanup.
Lake Erie Paddler is a primary sponsor of the event and we will be offering a number of promotions for volunteers of the event. We will be offering promotional discounts on the following:
- Paddle Boards – 5%
- SUP Paddles – 10%
- Accessories and Clothing – 15%
- Group Lessons and Rentals – 25%
Pickup Promotional Card at Registration
You must register and participate as a volunteer to be eligible for these discounts. These discounts will be offered at our SUP Shop all weekend May 3rd and 4th.
You can sign up as a volunteer on the Black River Clean-Up 2014 website by going to the following link:
We will have promotional cards that you can pick up at the event to take advantage of the promotions that will run all weekend on Saturday and Sunday, May 3rd and May 4th.
Lake Erie Paddler will also offer discounted Paddle Board rentals to volunteers who want to assist in the clean-up effort from a paddle board. 100% of the proceeds of the Paddle Board Rentals will go to the clean-up efforts.
You can register for the Paddle Board rentals on our e-commerce site here:
We love spending time on the Black River leading paddle board excursion and fitness classes. We enjoyed the opportunity of participating in the Black River Clean-Up 2013 last year as well. Other sponsors include the Lorain Port Authority, Backpackers Shop, Great Lakes Kayaking, and West River Kayak.
You can view photos of some our excursions and our clean-up efforts below. Please join us be registering at the above links or call Jim Lawhead at (440) 935-9291 with any questions. Aloha!
Black River Paddle Excursion
Black River Paddle Board Excursion under the sunlight of an Indian summer.
Black River Paddle Board Excursion
Jim Lawhead returning from Paddle Board trip with a SUP full of trash.
Jim Lawhead retrieving a tire from the Black River on a Surftech Laird paddle board.