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Volunteers Sought for Savannah Tall Ships Challenge®

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Savannah Tall Ships Challenge®, hosted by Savannah Riverfront and Visit Savannah, is recruiting volunteers for the five-day festival scheduled May 3-7. Guaranteed to be one of the most colorful and spectacular ticketed festivals our city has ever seen, the Savannah Tall Ships Challenge® will feature 14 domestic and international tall ships as well as performances, reenactments, pirates and more.

To help make this event both successful and a positive experience for all attendees, Savannah Tall Ships Challenge® is soliciting hundreds of volunteers. We invite you to donate your time and skills with us on this special occasion in Savannah’s maritime history.

Specialty volunteer opportunities include Docents, who will assist with ship tours and Ship Liaisons, who will work directly with the captain or first mate all five days of the festival, advising him/her of the day’s activities or helping crew members with personal emergencies. Savannah Tall Ships Challenge® also needs general volunteers for ticketing, crowd control, Kid’s Cove Adventure Area and more.

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For more information click the “Volunteers” link at www.SavannahTallShipsChallenge.com and download a volunteer form. You may scan the form and e-mail it to: Volunteer@SavannahTallShipsChallenge.com, or fax it to the Savannah Riverfront office at 912.234.4904. For more information, contact Kenda Williams at 429.409.8946 or e-mail her at Volunteer@SavannahTallShipsChallenge.com.

Find the Savannah Tall Ships Challenge® on Facebook at Savannah Tall Ships or follow us on Twitter at @SAVTallShips for updates about this once-in-a-lifetime event.


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