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Event promotes life-jacket use

1:23 PM, Jul. 16, 2013  |  Comments
Central Wisconsin Sail & Power Squadron, which includes members from Stevens Point, sponsored 'Ready, Set, Wear It!' on May 18 at Dive Point Paddle and Adventure Center, Wausau, to heighten awareness of different life-jacket types that are available, including inflatable life jackets and to help set a world record for the most life jackets worn and inflatable life jackets inflated. Members of the public put on the jackets and inflated them by pulling the rip cord on the life jacket. The event demonstrates life jackets are comfortable and easy to wear and promotes boating safety.
Central Wisconsin Sail & Power Squadron, which includes members from Stevens Point, sponsored 'Ready, Set, Wear It!' on May 18 at Dive Point Paddle and Adventure Center, Wausau, to heighten awareness of different life-jacket types that are available, including inflatable life jackets and to help set a world record for the most life jackets worn and inflatable life jackets inflated. Members of the public put on the jackets and inflated them by pulling the rip cord on the life jacket. The event demonstrates life jackets are comfortable and easy to wear and promotes boating safety.
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