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National Marine Suppliers Annual Yacht Bikers Poker Run

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Date(s) - Oct 24, 2015
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National Marine Suppliers Annual Yacht Bikers Poker Run is Saturday, October 24th.

Every year just before the madness of season starts we like to take the day and ride…not just motorcycles, but also classic cars, convertibles, jeeps and trucks!

The start will be here at National Marine. Registration opens at 8:00 am. There will be breakfast and music to start the morning. The ride leaves here promptly at 10 am. The ride will go from National Marine Suppliers to Chester’s Harley Davidson just off 595. We will stop and enjoy light food and beverage at Chester’s. The next stop will be The Miccosukee Resort and Casino on 27 in Miami. The final Stop will be the Schnebly Winery in Homestead where we will have the awards and raffle, a great late lunch and a DJ.  Registration iswww.nationalmarine.com   Please go to our website and click on the Poker Run icon which will redirect you to the registration page.2015 POKER RUN POSTER

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