Industry leading boat manufacturer HUDSON is pleased to announce a partnership with Nathan Benderson Park, to support and enhance the top-ranked rowing venue in North America, located in Sarasota-Bradenton, Fla.
HUDSON will be named the official supplier of boats for rowing programming at Nathan Benderson Park. This includes daily rentals, long-term rentals for visiting teams and private instruction camps. Being athlete focused and technology driven, HUDSON will provide equipment that can be easily adjusted to each athlete while the SHARK Series hulls provide world leading design, technology, and speed.
“Nathan Benderson Park and the rowing venue created in Sarasota-Bradenton is a world-class facility that offers year-round premier racing, training, and wellness opportunities,” said Atlantic Sales Manager and Sarasota resident Matt Muffelman. “HUDSON is excited to partner with NBP to enhance and grow these offerings by expanding the availability of high-quality rowing shells and services to its citizens and visitors.”
Stretching over 600 acres, NBP has quickly become a favorite location for North American and World Rowing championship events. Facilities include a world-class 2000m race course and a state-of-the-art finish tower and training center. Hosting its first race in 2009, NBP has welcomed more than 100 rowing events including the 2017 World Rowing Championships, 2018 World Rowing Masters Regatta and 2019 World Rowing Under 23 Championships. The park also has hosted Olympic rowing time trials and USRowing events, as well as the NCAA Rowing Championships.
“Service, wellness and growing the sport of rowing are priorities that Nathan Benderson Park and HUDSON value and share in common, making this a perfect partnership,” park Chief Operating Officer Stephen V. Rodriguez said. “We appreciate HUDSON’s support as the park has developed and look forward to this continued partnership, and together, welcoming athletes to the Sarasota-Bradenton area.”
For more information on the programs offered at Nathan Benderson Park, please visit www.nathanbendersonpark.org.