Home Town Watt-Ahh® Super Boat in Englewood’s Pioneer Days Parade

Announcing a New Super Boat Grand Prix Coming to

the Charlotte Harbor Area in April of 2014 

Eddie Tamberino and Nate Hunt on the Watt-Ahh BoatA new Super Boat Grand Prix is heading to the Charlotte Harbor area with its first annual event scheduled for Friday, April 11 through Sunday, April 13, 2014. Our favorite Florida gear heads, Team REDS, are excited to be a part of this inaugural event and proudly displayed banners on their Watt-Ahh® boat announcing it during Englewood’s Pioneer Days Parade this past Labor Day. 

 “It is awesome to be able to race offshore from my own home town of Englewood,” said veteran racer, Eddie Tamberino. Eddie’s Extreme Super Boat was in the parade on Labor Day along with the Team REDS crew and Charlotte Harbor Grand Prix committee organizers. 

Pioneer Days ParadeJerry York, who spearheaded bringing this event to the Charlotte Harbor area, told us that the schedule is already posted on both www.SuperBoat.com and on their website (www.chsbgp.com). Jerry said, “A good local group of talented and motivated people are working hard to make this festival a success. The Englewood-Port Charlotte area, with its world-renowned, water-oriented attributes of sport fishing and beautiful beaches, will make this next offshore racing event legendary. We are absolutely ecstatic.”

The crowd along the parade route seemed to agree, showing their support and adding to the excitement surrounding the 1st Annual Grand Prix.    

Pioneer Days Parade in EnglewoodFor more information about Team REDS and AquaNew …

In the News: An Interview with Team REDS and AquaNew CEO Rob Gourley

Media kit on AquaNew’s website: www.AquaNew.com

Team REDS website: www.REDSoffshoreracing.com


Photo (Top Left) Left to Right: Team REDS Driver Nate Hunt of Naples, FL. and Eddie Tamberino of Englewood, FL. at the Pioneer Days Parade, Dearborn Street, Sept. 2, 2013

Photo (Bottom Left) Left to Right: Charlotte Harbor Super Boat Grand Prix (CHSBGP) Committee Members Linda Krysinski, Mary Smedley and Ellen Baker of Michael Saunders, Elizabeth Burr, Team REDS Eddie Tamberino and CHSBGP Committee Member Brad Hucks