Published Online: Feb 26, 2013

White River Kayaking and Outdoors to open March 1

 News Release
White River Kayaking & Outdoors
214 S. Commercial St.
Branson, MO 65616
417-335-2210
www.whiteriverkayaking.com
Contact: Lawanna Stuck
417-527-2665
info@whiteriverkayaking.com

 

For immediate release:
Feb. 26, 2013

First customers to receive bonus rental

BRANSON — White River Kayaking and Outdoors will open for the 2013 kayaking season March 1. 

 “In 2013 we will be expanding on the ‘outdoors,’” said Lawanna Stuck, owner of White River Kayaking and Outdoors. “(We will be) offering bike rentals; information about the area lakes, parks and trails; and partnering with other outdoor related businesses and organizations to increase the awareness of the Ozarks outdoors. 

“In the near future we will be announcing big plans to kick off the season,” said Stuck. “It will be a very big year!” 

 In promotion of the new season, the first 10 customers to book two hours of kayak rental reservations will receive two hours of kayaking free.

White River Kayaking and Outdoors offers kayak and canoe rentals with several launch locations along the White River. The company services three of the White River lakes, including: Lake Taneycomo, Table Rock Lake and Bull Shoals Lake.

The rental office is located in downtown Branson on Commercial Street. Office hours are Monday-Saturday 8 a.m.-5 p.m., and Sunday by reservation. To make reservations, call 417-335-2210 or visit White River Kayaking online.

For more information, contact Stuck at 417-527-2665.

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 About White River Kayaking and Outdoors

White River Kayaking and Outdoors offers a variety of opportunities to enjoy the Ozarks’ outdoors, including: kayak, canoe and bicycle rentals. White River Kayaking and Outdoors is dedicated to the sport and spirit of kayaking and adventure, and to the enjoyment of nature at its most intimate level. White River Kayaking and Outdoors opened in July 2012 to provide everyone, regardless of age, the opportunity to experience the awesome nature of the Ozark Mountains and the White River.