Saturday, June 8, 2013

2013 Bohicket Gov. Cup - Blue Coast Co.

Loyce Turner with his Day One mahi
Amy Dukes of SCDNR measures a mahi
Day Two of the 2013 Bohicket Governor's Cup was 'blown out' for fishing, thanks to Tropical Storm Andrea's high winds. However, the Bohicket Marina Village was spared any rain, and the anglers and vendors turned out in full force to socialize and enjoy the day of rest. Seventeen boats went fishing again on Saturday June 8, and there will be a weigh-in and awards supper on Saturday evening. One of the many Bohicket sponsors is the Blue Coast company, making apparel, art and gear with a bluewater theme. Artist Wesley Carter moved to the Isle of Palms one year ago with her son and business manager Kent Krebeck. They brought their mobile sales trailer to Bohicket for the Governor's Cup, offering high-quality designs on regular cotton t's and on their 7000-series Protecht performance shirts with 40 UPF. Wesley Carter shows her work at the Lowcountry Artist Gallery on East Bay Street, and she is adamant about having their same outdoor lifestyle designs available on women's clothing with a contemporary fit. If you missed Blue Coast at Bohicket, be sure to check them out at the MegaDock Governor's Cup since they designed the 2013 MegaDock tourney t-shirts.

To view past blog entries form the 2013 Bohicket Gov. Cup click here.

Kent Krebeck and artist Wesley Carter

Blue Marlin artwork by Blue Coast 

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