Sea Tow Charleston announced that a new Life Jacket Loaner Stand is now open to serve boaters in the North Charleston area. This stand holds life jackets provided courtesy of Anheuser Busch’s local Southern Eagle Distributing via a grant from its community and philanthropic foundation, the Bud Light Lime Water Safety Program, that boaters may borrow free of charge for the day to replace missing or damaged life jackets or use for extra guests onboard their boats. The stand’s life jackets are available in the adult universal size.
The Charleston County Parks and Recreation Commission (CCPRC) is the host of the new Life Jacket Loaner Stand, which officially opened during Safe Boating Week in May. The stand, shown at left, is located at W. O. Thomas Memorial Landing in North Charleston on the Ashely River.
The CCPRC also hosts a Life Jacket Loaner Stand at Harry Hollman Memorial Landing on Historic Shem Creek in Mt. Pleasant, S.C.
“Sea Tow Charleston, Southern Eagle Distributing and the Charleston County Parks and Recreation Commission all are dedicated to safe boating in our communities here in the Lowcountry,” said Captain Anthony Noury, owner of Sea Tow Charleston.