National Marine Suppliers Yacht Bikers Poker Run 2016

Oct 23, 2016 by David Reed

About 200 yacht captains, crew and industry professionals jumped on their best ride for National Marine Suppliers’ annual poker run on Oct. 23. The riders met with about 250 supporters at The Tiki Bar at Roland Martin Marina and Resort in Clewiston, Florida. The event raises money for breast cancer awareness and prevention, as will other NMS events this fall, including its annual boat show party on Nov. 5. PHOTOS/SHALOM WEISS and DAVID REED

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