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Ribbon-cutting celebrates opening of Sportsman’s Boat and RV Storage

Ribbon-cutting celebrates opening of Sportsman’s Boat and RV Storage
June 23
20:25 2024

By Carla McKeown/Breckenridge Texan

Terry Carey was joined by family, friends and Breckenridge Chamber of Commerce members on Friday morning for a ribbon-cutting ceremony for Sportsman’s Boat and RV Storage, the business he recently opened in Caddo.

The storage facility features 16 covered spots for boats, RVs, travel trailers, etc. There is also an open-air area for deer blinds, feeders, and other similar items that hunters need to store.

The covered area is lighted and features security cameras, which Carey monitors. The property is gated, and each customer will be given an individual code to open the gate. Additionally, the spots are pull-through, so there will be no need to back up any of the vehicles, Carey said.

The covered spots are 12-feet-by-40-feet, and the roof is 14 feet high at its lowest point.

Sportsman’s Boat and RV Storage is located at 668 Park Road 33 in Caddo. Park Road 33 goes to the Possum Kingdom State Park and the west side of PK Lake, which has access to boat ramps.

For more information, call Carey at 254-522-9953.

Terry Carey, right, is the owner of Sportsman’s Boat and RV Storage on Park Road 33 at Caddo. He was joined for a ribbon-cutting and grand opening recently by his daughter Denise Perkins, left, sister Karen Choate, center, and daughter Dana Breitkreutz. (Photo by Tony Pilkington/Breckenridge Texan)

Cutline, top photo: Terry Carey, center, cuts the ribbon, celebrating the opening of Sportsman’s Boat and RV Storage. Pictured, from left, are Maylun Vanwinkle and Ronnie Langford with the Breckenridge Chamber of Commerce; Freda and David Arnold withBuffalo RV Park/KOA Campground; Terry Carey with his daughter Denise Perkins, sister Karen Choate and daughter Dana Breitkreutz; and Yuri Huntington with the Chamber. (Photo by Tony Pilkington/Breckenridge Texan)

 

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