Principles To Follow For Promoting A Sports And Recreation Facilty

Promoting a recreational facility is an important piece of the business side of recreation and sports. If your job is attracting customers or clients, this is going to be the most vital aspect of your job. Whether you are attracting members to a fitness center, or want to entice healthy minded types to visit your recreation park, the aim is going to be the same. Your task is to make recreational activities look appealing to potential clients and visitors. Read More 

How to Patch a Hole in Your Fiberglass Boat

As long as there is no structural damage, and if the gap is small enough, people tend to leave holes in their boats. However, the gaps can enlarge and lead to more serious problems. You don't need many tools of your own to do the repair job, just an electrical sander, or an electric drill with a sander attachment. You will need to purchase the actual repair kit itself. The kit should be a polyester resin fiberglass repair kit or a polyester resin with hardener. Read More 

Five Tips For Getting Your Town On A List Of Top Towns For Bicycling

USA Today recently released a list of the best towns for bicycling in the United States. Davis, California was at the top of the list, and cities like Fort Collins, Minneapolis, Durango, and Greenville filled other spots in the top ten. If your city isn't on the list yet, you can work to get it there. Here is a look at five things you can do to make your town a bit more bicycle friendly: Read More 

Tuning And Maintaining Your Outboard Motor

Whether you just bought a new motor, or are looking for ways to extend the life of your current motor, there are a few simple tips and tricks that will be extremely beneficial. When looking to improve your motor's performance, you need to consider four different areas of the engine: the fuel system, the cooling system, the ignition system, and the lower unit.      To maintain your fuel system, the first thing you must do is check your water-separator primary filter for water accumulation and rust or dirt. Read More 

Tuna Fishing: Livelier Live Bait

Most tuna fishing trips are an experience of extremes: long boat rides, hours of trolling, and brief burst of intense fishing action. Because tuna travel and feed in schools, when a charter boat gets one tuna bite, there are normally hundreds or thousands of hungry tuna in the area. One way that you can ensure that you outcompete the other fishermen on the charter boat fishing with you is to fish with the liveliest live bait. Read More