Spring is in the air – well, almost – and we are making moves. We pulled the trigger on some spectacular new runabouts that will make great additions to our fleet, we’re giving your children a little bit of the limelight and our Pre-Season Enrollment is well underway as memberships are going quickly. Interested in becoming a member? Check out our very short video to see how it works.
As you know, we always have great boat availability. To ensure that it stays that way we limit our memberships and during this time of year they usually go pretty fast. 2013 is no exception. Come April we will be focusing more on getting our boats in the water and scheduling orientations – which are on a first-come, first-serve basis – as opposed to adding additional members. Many plans are already sold out, but some do remain so if you’re ready to go boating, wait no more and sign up today. Pre-Season Enrollment for all lakes will officially end on March 31st.
We strictly limit the number of memberships we sell at each lake to ensure that we always have great boat availability. Here is an update on what we have left:
YBC CURRENT MEMBERSHIP AVAILABILITY AS OF 3/6/13
|LOCATION||PIER 1||PIER 2||PIER 3|
|CROSS LAKE||Sold Out||Sold Out||Sold Out|
|FOREST LAKE||15||10||Sold Out|
|GULL LAKE||Sold Out||Sold Out||Sold Out|
|PRIOR LAKE||5||2||Sold Out|
|ST. CROIX||Sold Out||3||4|
|WHITE BEAR||10||6||Sold Out|
If the membership you were looking for is currently sold out, make sure you get on our waiting list RIGHT AWAY. As existing memberships expire we begin adding people from our waiting list, and we are usually able to add most of the people that get on these lists early by the time boating season begins.
I am one of the sharpest-looking, smoothest-riding, highest quality-built runabouts in the market. I come in three models. My manufacturer’s VP of Sales, Jeff White, refers to my owners as “family” and I will make you feel the same way about me. You will love me. I am a great boat with plenty of room for the entire family, yet still have enough pep for water sports. It has been said that there really is nothing comparable on the market about me and that “once you go Bryant, you never go back.” Brace yourself – one day out with me and you just may become an official Bryanthead!
I must admit, I am quite the design. My floor plan makes the ebb and flow of movement safe and graceful, with easy access from bow to swim-steps. Like the other 210 models, I am gutsy and ready to blaze across the water with relentless dynamistic precision. Moreover, I provide plenty of storage up, down and sideways, making room for all of your favorite water sports equipment. I am engineered to anticipate your every move, on the lake, on the deck and behind the wheel. Take me out and feel for yourself.
For the family who’s into everything, I am the right choice. Measuring in at 21 feet, I am a flexible cross-trainer for fun on the water. Whether you’re skiing, cruising, or wakeboarding, I will rip and zip through the water with maximum control and loads of power. I will compromise nothing. I have plenty of storage room for skis, boards and tubes, and more standard amenities and safety features than I can even list. You know what they say: “whatever floats your boat.” I do exactly that.
Why be stylish if you can’t also be useful? Possess both, call it functional luxury and I have it in spades. Everything you need from a slick runabout is right here. Furthermore, my powerful bow rider rumbles with plenty of punch to make sure all of you water sports lovers out there are never short-changed, no matter how many people you pack into my seats. Most importantly, no matter which 210 model you get – the Standard Transom Entry, the Walkabout or me – you get the hand-crafted, 100% wood-free quality that only Bryant delivers.
Everyone loves boating, but when it comes down to it, isn’t family boating all about the kids? We think so. Though kids growing up today, often referred to as “digital natives,” are quite Internet-savvy we realize that, chances are, it is you – the parents – who are receiving this newsletter. Therefore, we decided to add a section to feature your children and provide a puzzle or game that you can print out for your little ones to help get them excited for the boating season. This month we’ll learn a little about 4-year-old Braeden and give you a fun, little word search.
Four-year-old Braeden Maxey, son of YBC Operations Manager, Brian Maxey, surprised his dad one morning when Brian awoke to find him all dressed up in YBC clothes. The previous night Brian and Braeden were discussing jobs and why people have them: bills, food, clothing, healthcare, etc. Braeden brought up his favorite toy, Skylanders, and mentioned that he wanted to buy a couple more. When Brian asked how he planned on paying for them Braeden replied, “I will get a job.” The next morning as Braeden was frantically running around the house Brian asked, “Why are you running around trying to get ready, there is no school today?” Braeden: “Dad, we talked about this and I have a job.” Brian: “What is it?” Braeden: “Duh, I am going to teach people how to drive boats. Let’s go!”
*If you would like your child’s YBC boating-related photo, artwork or story featured in The Kiddie Korner please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org along with a .jpg of your photo or child’s artwork and/or YBC boating story. Please include your name, your primary location and your child’s name, age & his/her favorite thing about boating.