Now With Four Pool Parties, Texas Outlaw Challenge Early Registration Closes Monday

Now With Four Pool Parties, Texas Outlaw Challenge Early Registration Closes Monday

As expected, the Texas Outlaw Challenge is upping the ante once again for next week’s 17th annual event coming to the Clear Lake and Galveston Bay areas. And performance boaters only have a few more days to register for the two-day poker run or Friday’s top-speed shootout before prices go up considerably.

The popular Friday pool party supported by DHTech at Kenny Armstrong’s home should be another one for the books. Photo courtesy Todd Taylor/Todd Taylor Images

Organizers Paul and Arlette Robinson promise an adrenaline-fueled thrill ride for those looking to be a part of any or all of the action for the Texas-sized gathering that kicks off with two new events—Wednesday’s Shooter Pre-Party at Sammy G’s and Thursday’s Loaded Gun Fun Run, a VIP appreciation run to the Houston Yacht Club.

“You know us, we’re always looking to improve and I think we have several new things for our community to be excited about, including the addition of a fourth pool party,” Paul Robinson said. “Yeah, four pool parties. We’ve got the Most Wanted Outlaw pool party and bikini contest at Kenny’s Casa, Saturday’s Gunslinger pool party and lunch at Harborwalk, Sunday’s Wounded Knee pool party at Allan’s Channel Ranch and now the Thursday appreciation gathering at the Houston Yacht Club. We’re excited about the appreciation run to Houston Yacht Club and they’re excited to have us. It’s a new partnership, as is the one with Lakewood Yacht Club, which is going to be the staging area and headquarters for the Shootout on Friday.”

Robinson said with the two yacht clubs interested in hosting event participants that it could bring a new affluent audience to the boat companies and dealers that support the Texas Outlaw Challenge and vice versa.

Of course the event’s Thursday evening Stampede Street Party at the Kemah Boardwalk is back on, and Robinson expects another excellent turnout with extreme boats on display and a live band. He’s also expecting a good turnout for the event’s new optional “Run Through The Fireworks” on Friday night at 9 p.m.

“From Kenny’s house, we’ll run to Topwater and then we’ll raft-off at Sammy G’s before heading back to Clear Lake when the fireworks display is happening,” said Robinson, who expects the fireworks to provide some great photo opportunities.

The Texas-based Team Yahoo Skater Powerboats catamaran could be one of the favorites to win the Top Gun award at this year’s shootout. Photo courtesy Michael Moss

Robinson is definitely excited about the new aspects of the event and he’s also appreciative for the length list of “advertisers,” from MTI, Legend Marine Group and Wozencraft Insurance to CTS Custom Trailers, NXTLVL Marine and XINSURANCE and many more.

Not surprisingly, he’s particularly thrilled to inform both new and longtime participants that all the major highway construction that has wreaked havoc on getting around from place to place for the past five years is officially complete.

“The construction was pure turmoil—I’m so glad to have that behind us,” Robinson said. “I have to give a shoutout to the cities of Seabrook, Kemah and Nassau Bay, and all of the agencies and organizations around here that are so supportive of the Texas Outlaw Challenge. We couldn’t do any of this without their help.”

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