This past week was amazing! Team Campus Essentials headed down to Key West, Florida for the world championships of super boat racing and it was insane!! From the town of Key West with it’s beautiful and kind locals to seeing some of the worlds fastest and biggest boats. It was one hell of an experience to say the least. In good ole fashion instead of staying in a expensive hotel room, we camped out right on the water in a tent with absolutely no electric and a backpacking stove to cook our food. It felt nice to disconnect for a little bit even though our friends (Team Wake Effects) rented an amazing house right next to the race pits, so we got the best of both worlds. From sleeping in a tent at night to eating a nice breakfasts and hot coffee in a multimillion dollar home. Not a shabby way to vacation that is for sure! Did some kayaking through crystal clear water, while watching a buddy catch a barracuda and dropping it in the kayak, which lead to a slight panic that it was going to bite him his foot, but in his defense; he was the only one who actually landed a fish. But for the main attraction were the boat races. I’ve been to a handful of super boat races before, but this is the biggest one of the year. Racers from all over the world come to this race including Miss Geico, Jimmy Johns boat, Wake Effects, CMS, and the list goes on and on. Watching the races from the water kept us on our toes, from boats flipping over, boats ramping off other boats, to big upsets. All in the name of boat racing. The best thing about all week was that our friends Team Wake Effects race team with Owner/Driver Rusty Rahm and Throttle-man Jeff Harris in their rookie season won not only the national championship, triple crown, but also won this week’s world championship. Not a bad way to go through your first year of racing. Couldn’t of went to a better team!! Congrats Wake Effects and the rest of the teams!! Thank you for the hospitality and fun times! Moral of the story of our adventures in Key West is if your able to get down there, we STRONGLY advice it. Unless your not looking for fun times, beautiful scenery, and meeting nice people. Then don’t go. But all I know is, it should definitely be a Spring Break Destination for all.