Boatbound Acquires Naming Rights to McCovey Cove & Announces World Series Giveaway
The cove will now be known as #BoatboundBay and will play host to a large crowd of boats, kayaks, and other vessels under its new name, starting today, when the San Francisco Giants host the Kansas City Royals in Game 3 of the 2014 World Series.
“Boatbound is thrilled to have its name associated with one of the top boating and sporting destinations in the Bay Area,” said Boatbound founder and CEO Aaron Hall. “The official renaming of this historic local landmark during the World Series will help to bring visibility and awareness to our maritime roots, strong local boating culture, and the many exciting facets of our home waterfront.”
To celebrate the re-naming, encourage even more people to enjoy future events at AT&T Park from the water, and promote boating across the US, Boatbound has announced that it will give away boating credits to the over 230 million adults across America during the World Series. The promotion will award $5.00 in credit for each home run hit by the Giants, and $15.00 for every “splash hit” home run by a Giants player during Games 3, 4, and 5. There is no cost to participate. For details and official rules, go to: https://boatbound.co/
About McCovey Cove
McCovey Cove is an inlet of the San Francisco Bay located just beyond the right field wall of AT&T Park. The name was unofficially given to this section of the bay in honor of famed Giants first baseman, Willie McCovey.
Boatbound is America’s leading peer-to-peer boat rental marketplace, allowing boat owners to offset the costs of boat ownership by renting to Boatbound’s trusted community of qualified renters. With thousands of boats listed across the US, boating is now more accessible and affordable than ever. Every rental comes insured with up to $3 million in insurance protection and on-the-water support for a safe experience.
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