Since the creation of the stand up personal watercraft (PWC) in the early 70s, Lake Havasu City and the Colorado river have been a hub for riders, racers, and industry. Tens of thousands of people travel to Havasu each year to enjoy the most exciting PWC environment, like the world-famous Body Beach in Lake Havasu which has been a PWC hotspot for more than 40 years. Since the early 80s, Lake Havasu City has been the home of the PWC World Championships, welcoming racers from around the world at the industry’s longest running event. Some of the personal watercraft industry’s biggest influencers have made Lake Havasu their new home, building businesses and the community; making Lake Havasu a hub of expanding PWC technology and innovation.
From its humble beginnings, to the high-performance technology of today — PWC activity in Lake Havasu has made this the undeniable PWC capital of the world.
Due to the rich history and PWC culture in the Lake Havasu City area, the team at Pro Watercraft has made plans to build a monument to solidify Lake Havasu City’s place as the PWC captial of the world.
BUILDING THE MONUMENT
The location of the monument has been determined, permits have been attained and we aim to break ground on this historic project in the next month. In order to help this project succeed, we are asking the personal watercraft community to help us raise the necessary funds.
HOW TO HELP
To help us make history with the first PWC monument in Lake Havasu City, you can either donate directly using the GoFundMe link below, or you can purchase limited edition PWC Monument swag. 100% of the profits from the PWC Monument swag will go toward building this monument.
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To make a direct donation you can click the button above or use this link.
View the complete limited edition PWC Monument swag collection here.