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Love on the Lake
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Date: February 15, 2014
Time: 7:00 pm - 10:30 pm

Location: Show map
Lake Norman Yacht Charters
18501 Harbor Light Blvd
Cornelius, NC 28031

Phone: 704-649-8520
Email: info@blueprintem.com
Site: www.blueprintem.com

Join us for a Valentine’s Day Yacht Ride at Lake Norman! Couples & Singles get ready for the Love on the Lake yacht cruise for Valentines 2014!! We have 2 packages to choose from with limited seating so visit our website & get your tickets today!!

It will be on Lake Norman with a full moon. There will be FREE food, a cash bar, entertainment, & giveaways
Package 1 includes:
- Heated Yacht Ride from 7:00pm - 10:30pm
- Singles: $49
- Couples: $99
Package 2 includes:
Everything in Package 1 Plus
- Overnight Stay at Embassy Suites Resorts
- 2 drinks + appetizers at the hotel
- Party Bus accommodations to and from the Yacht cruise
- Champagne Toast
- VIP seating on the yacht
- Buffet Breakfast in the morning (made-to-order) $299 (only 7 left)

For more information or to purchase tickets contact us @ http://www.blueprintem.com/#!exclusive-events/cccb




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