Iconic Stanley Cup Will Be On Board The Star Of Saugatuck Sept. 5th
The National Hockey League’s Stanley Cup will make a brief appearance on board the Star of Saugatuck during day-long festivities on Saturday, Sept. 5, giving those lucky enough to secure cruise tickets the opportunity to get your photo taken with the treasured sport’s icon.
Book seats now by calling Star of Saugatuck Boat Cruises (269) 857-4261. Take Friends & Family! Donation is $100 upper level and $50 lower level which “now includes” a brief group passenger photograph with “The Stanley Cup”.
Don’t be late or you will miss the photo and The Stanley Cup! The 2015 Stanley Cup winning Chicago Blackhawks’ red & black attire is appreciated but not necessary!
The Star of Saugatuck will then lead the five-vessel Stanley Cup Boat Parade on an approximate one-and-a-half-hour cruise from Saugatuck Harbor to Lake Michigan and back.
There will be a cash bar and refreshments for sale on board and passengers will be invited to participate in a “Live Blackhawks Memorabilia Action” en route.
Please note The Stanley Cup will not travel with passengers on this boat. It will only be present briefly for a group photo opportunity.
If you would would like your name entered into a drawing to win a free seat on the Star of Saugatuck for this cruise, please use your cell phone to:
or forward your email address and contact info to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline is midnight September 2nd and winners will be announced on September 3rd.
Tell your family and friends who are unable to be present on September 5th to log onto www.saugatuck.com and watch the boat parade and celebration via live-stream.
Promise you will wave to them on camera as you cruise by Coral Gables where radio host Mike Johnson will be covering the activities live.
The cup is being brought to Saugatuck by three-time Stanley Cup Champion Paul Goodman, the Blackhawks’ Head Strength and Conditioning Coach who considers Saugatuck his part-time home town. He is promoting fundraising efforts to help the community purchase a large holiday tree.