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15th Annual Soft Shell Crab Festival

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The 15th Annual Soft Shell Crab Festival brought outstanding weather and thousands out to see vendors, entertainment, crabs and much more. This day could not have happened without the support of the Town of Port Royal for hosting this event. It was also a great privilege to have Butler Chrysler Jeep Dodge as our presenting sponsor. Every sponsorship given towards the festival aided to make the event a success.

Thank you to Waste Pro, Lee Distributors/Coors Light, Island Packet/Beaufort Gazette,New South Shirts, CBC Bank, YMCA of Beaufort, Helena Place, Coastal Real Estate Solutions, Gilbert Law Firm, McKnight & Weaver Dentistry, Pepsi, Piggly Wiggly, Carolina Realty, The Preserve, SK Signs & Design, Port Royal Landing Marina, Hargray, Beaufort Pharmacy Compound, Keith's Plumbing, DA Roofing, Summit Place/Morningside of Beaufort, State Farm (Amy Bowman), State Farm (Andy Corriveau), Beaufort Memorial Hospital, River Oaks Assisted Living, Apex Team Real Estate, Freedom Boat Club, Sprenger Health Care of Port Royal, Retreat Assisted Living, Parc at Broad River, Sutcliffe's Golf Carts, Chavis U-Lock Mini Storage, Town of Port Royal Public Works, Port Royal Police Department, City of Beaufort/Town of Port Royal Fire Department, Port Royal Sound Foundation, Classic Cars and Trucks of Beaufort, and Bikers Against Bullies.

A special thank you needs to go out to for our amazing performers, Souls Harbour, Bounty Hunter, Sole Mate, Larew Dance Centre, MC Conrad Meier and JBH Entertainment.

Our media sponsors did an amazing job spreading the word of the upcoming festival. Thank you to Beaufort Lifestyles, Eat Sleep Play Beaufort, Lowcountry Weekly, WHHI, Apex Broadcasting, WSAV 3 and 98.7 the River. Thank you to all of the food and craft vendors for coming out and sharing their superb goodies with our community.

Final thanks needs to goes out to all our hardworking volunteers (Military Personnel, Alzheimer Family of Beaufort, CBC Bank, Loyal Order of Moose, The Chief Petty Officers Association and the good people amongst the community) that kept the festival going throughout the day.