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Sulzbacher Roman Holiday returns to the rivers

Posted November 1, 2013 by Georgia's Rome in News

Friday, November 1, 2013

GRCVB Contact:
Luke Chaffin, Special Projects Coordinator
706.295.5576
Luke@RomeGeorgia.org
www.RomeGeorgia.org

For media inquiries, please contact Lisa Smith, Greater Rome Convention & Visitors Bureau executive director, at 706.295.5576. 


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

Sulzbacher Roman Holiday returns to the rivers

ROME, GA. — The Sulzbacher Roman Holiday riverboat returned to the Coosa River earlier this week following the replacement of lower engine units.

The Sulzbacher Roman Holiday sails down the Coosa River after being relaunched from the Heritage Park boat ramp earlier this week.

The Sulzbacher Roman Holiday sails down the Coosa River after being relaunched from the Heritage Park boat ramp earlier this week.

The charter season for the City of Rome’s 45-passenger excursion boat has been extended to mid-November, weather and river conditions permitting.

Tickets are still available in limited quantities for the rescheduled Rolling on the River tour, Sunday, Nov. 10 at 2 p.m. The tour lasts approximately two hours and leaves from the Heritage Park dock.

The Sulzbacher Roman Holiday is available for rental by private groups with unlimited cruise options, from educational tours to boxed lunch and dinner parties.

The Greater Rome Convention & Visitors Bureau, the organization in charge of leasing the riverboat, wishes to thank the City of Rome Public Works, Marietta Marine, Bremen Marine, and Lee Stanford of Suzuki Rome for assistance in the maintenance and repair of the Sulzbacher Roman Holiday.

For more information, contact the Rome-Floyd Visitor Center at 706.295.5576.

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The Greater Rome Convention & Visitors Bureau (GRCVB) is the official destination and sports marketing organization of Rome and Floyd County, Georgia. The GRCVB’s mission is to strengthen the economic fabric of the community through tourism development by attracting leisure travelers, conventions, meetings, sports and events.

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