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Boat Show Volunteers

Sea Tow Foundation is asking for volunteers to fit children with loaner life jackets at boat shows when the children go on the docks and collect the jackets from the children when they are done using them. See list of boat shows below and click buttons to sign up.

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  • Volunteers receive free admission to show on day of shift !.
  • Shifts times are two to three hours in length based on show hours.
  • Shade and water will be provided.
  • Instructions will be emailed before the show with details on how to obtain your entry pass and tips on how to fit children with life jackets.

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For questions please contact: 888-276-7691. Sea Tow Foundation is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) charity; for more information on our history and mission see below or click About Us.

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Miami Boat Show: Feb 16-20, 2017

  • Where: Miami Marine Stadium Park & Basin, 3501 Rickenbacker Causeway, Miami, FL 33149. Located on Virginia Key minutes from downtown Miami.
  • When: Friday, February 17—Monday, February 20, 10 am–6 pm daily. Click button to sign up for one more shifts.

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History

In 2007, Sea Tow Services International, Inc. founder, Capt. Joe Frohnhoefer, was concerned about the number of preventable boating-related accidents, injuries and deaths and decided to create a non-profit organization that could directly address these issues through education and awareness. The resulting national public service organization received 501(c)(3) nonprofit status and was named the Sea Tow Foundation.

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Mission

The Sea Tow Foundation mission is to promote safe boating practices that directly reduce accidents, fatalities and property damage related to recreational boating.

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Events and News

Get the latest information about the Sea Tow Foundation efforts happening everywhere.

Support Us

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Resources

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