Happy Independence Day

Texas Marine is grateful for  such a wonderful dedicated team, to serve your boating needs. Therefore, we will be closed all day on July 4th and 5th, in order to give our team members some much deserved time off to celebrate with friends and family .

These days, July 4th is loaded with BBQ, parades, family, fireworks, boating, camping and just plain fun. We are so blessed to live in America, so get out and celebrate it! Below are  some area events where you can participate in just that. However, it is so much more than the things we do to celebrate. Its about celebrating who we are as a nation, our declaration to be a free self-governed people, which was revolutionary at that time. This is a celebration over the hard fought victory of becoming America and what it costs the "Founding Generation" to bring that about. Its remembering why we did it, what we stand for and passing those same values down to our children, as their heritage.

The  July 4th holiday was declared a national holiday to teach the upcoming generations how to protect and cherish the legacy their ancestors left for them. In short, it is the celebration of the  of our Independence, but in reality it is so very much more. So as you are out celebrating this July 4th with your family please keep in mind what the holiday is really about and share it with the next generation!

Many of our Texas Marine boaters will be hitting the water this holiday. Please be careful and have a great time. Here are a few tips to think about  before hitting the water:

  • Bring sunscreen, fresh towels, snacks and extra clothes.

  • Create a to do list and check it twice, so you wont be bothered when the fun begins.

Remember there's an app for that, try the "2do app." It allows you to have a standing checklist for your  boat trips, which can be adjusted and tweaked according to the trip you are taking. Now get out to one of these great events and have a blast. Happy Independence Day everyone!

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