|SUPers Are Asked For Help With a SUP Survey|
|Tuesday, 11 September 2012 00:00|
Help is wanted by the American Canoe Association to better understand SUP growth and paddler preferences.
Many paddlers are getting out and standing up in a variety of locations. This photo was taken near New York City.
FREDERICKSBURG, Virginia - Stand Up Paddlers are being asked to participate in a SUP survey!
As part of the ACA's (American Canoe Association) role in the paddle and board sport communities, they are routinely asked specific questions about Stand Up Paddleboarding (SUP). These questions range from venue selection for instruction, to curriculum development, to best practices, to the intricacies of public policy from regulatory agencies and U.S. Senators as it relates to lifejacket and leash wear. Have your voice heard and join in the conversation.
In addition to the various open SUP Summits that the ACA has organized across the country in 2011 and 2012, this survey is the next tool in acquiring a better understanding from all facets of the SUP community as to their opinions. Whether you are a competitive racer, recreational racer, surfer, expedition paddler, whitewater enthusiast or, like so many, just love to get out on your local waterway - they want to hear from you!
Click here to take the survey: http://www.americancanoe.org/
About The American Canoe Association:
Founded in 1880, The American Canoe Association (ACA) is a national nonprofit501(c)(3) organization serving the broader paddling public by providing education relatedto all aspects of paddling with over 6,000 certified instructor worldwide; stewardshipsupport to help protect paddling environments; and sanctioning of programs and eventsto promote paddlesport competition and recreation. The ACA has over 20,000 members,and 300 paddling clubs and affiliated organizations. The ACA sponsors over 1,400events each year, including 200 races. The ACA education program has an estimatedoutreach of 800,000 people a year. www.americancanoe.org
Making the World a Better Place to Paddle! Since 1880.