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Lake Havasu Businesses Cater to Remote Workers as September Event Season Begins

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September 2023

Go Lake Havasu, September 2023

LAKE HAVASU CITY, Ariz. – According to the Wall Street Journal (Aug. 23, 2023), 61 percent of U.S. companies allow employees to work remotely part or all of the week, up from 51 percent at the beginning of the year,

Although Lake Havasu City is a popular outdoor recreation destination, located on the shores of the Colorado River in northwest Arizona, local businesses also offer an array of options for vacationers who bring their laptops, bathing suits and flip-flops.

Nomadic is the city’s first large-scale co-working space. The modern 9,051-sq.-ft. facility at 2119 McCulloch Blvd N. is the new go-to space for entrepreneurs, freelancers and remote workers in need of high-tech office amenities.

The $20 workday pass offers access to the sleek and modern Nomadic office space, including the use of any open desk, free Wi-Fi, access to a shared kitchen, printers, wall-sized white boards and custom soundproof phone booths. Learn more at www.nomadicdowntown.com/

There are other local options to catch up on emails while the family plays in the lake or the hotel pool. Grapes and Grains wine bar, Wild Coffee, the Mohave County Library, Starbucks, Streetside Coffee, Hav-a-Cup and the Red Onion are just a few locations that offer free Wi-Fi to customers and are remote-worker friendly.

For workcationers who prefer working outdoors, free Wi-Fi also covers all of London Bridge Beach Park and most of the channel south of the London Bridge.

For a helpful list of the 10 best locations for free Wi-Fi in town, view Yelp: https://tinyurl.com/LHCWifi

Local fitness centers, with options ranging from powerlifting to Pilates, are available to remote workers for a small drop-in rate, typically $5 to $20. For Go Lake Havasu’s up-to-date list of Health & Wellness facilities, view: https://www.golakehavasu.com/health-and-wellness

September Events Feature Bass, Personal Watercraft and Tina Turner Tribute

When it’s time to take a break from office work, September events are ramping up as temperatures cool. Here are some September highlights:

• American Bass Association Tournament, Sept. 16, 2023, Lake Havasu State Park – Enjoy the weather, beauty and great fishing at Lake Havasu. Perfect for motorized anglers, the tournament costs just $40 for registration and is free to spectators.

https://www.golakehavasu.com/American_Bass_Association_Tournament_2023/09-16-23

• Jet Jam PWC Championship, Sept. 16-17, 2023, North Beach, Lake Havasu State Park – Officially, they’re known as personal watercraft (PWC), but most people still call them JetSkis: a brand name owned by Kawasaki. Either way, the action is world-class when world champion riders descend to compete for titles and personal glory on the waters of Lake Havasu at North Beach at Lake Havasu State Park. And for amateur riders, it’s a proving ground to test their abilities. https://www.golakehavasu.com/Jet_Jam_Championship_2023/09-16-23

• Lake Havasu Home and Garden Expo, Sept. 22-23, 2023, Lake Havasu City Aquatic Center – The annual home show features more than 70 home and garden vendors showcasing state-of-the-art products for indoor and outdoor use. Learn more about home furnishings, artwork, flooring, insulation, HVAC, security systems, windows and doors, and smaller products such as clothing, handmade soaps and jewelry. Realtors, insurance agents, mortgage brokers, landscapers, general contractors and jewelers will also be available. Food vendors are on-site, and free parking is plentiful. (https://www.golakehavasu.com/Lake_Havasu_Home_and_Garden_Expo_2023/09-23-23)

• You’re Simply the Best: Tribute to Tina Turner, Sept. 22, 2023, London Bridge Resort Convention Center – This benefit tribute concert for the Havasu Community Health Foundation features the Motown Blossoms performing a record-breaking string of Motown favorites by The Marvelettes, The Supremes, Aretha Franklin, The Shirelles, Martha Reeves and The Van Dellas, plus many more. This talented cast of performers has performed internationally as a group and individually on the main stages up and down the Vegas Strip, in Atlantic City casinos and as far away as Thailand. Come for an enjoyable evening of music as they pay tribute to the superstars, including the incomparable Tina Turner –  sounding, looking and performing pitch-perfect live vocals backed by a band that rocks the house.

• U.S. Freestyle PWC Championship, Sept. 30, 2023, London Bridge – September is a big month for PWC competition, concluding with the Freestyle Personal Watercraft Association (FPWCA) IJSBA-sanctioned (International Jet Sports Boating Association) event Fall Round of 2022 P1 Racing Fuels U.S. Freestyle Championships taking place Sept. 30 under the world-famous London Bridge. The U.S. PWC Freestyle Championship is the tour that separates freestyle competition from high-speed racing on personal watercraft. Riders perform in two-minute routines and are judged on variety, difficulty, execution, flow and number of tricks by a select panel of judges.

https://www.golakehavasu.com/us-freestyle-championship-fall_2023/09-30-23

About Lake Havasu City

Lake Havasu City is situated on the eastern shore of Lake Havasu on the Colorado River border of California and Arizona. The city was established in 1963 by Robert P. McCulloch, Sr. as a self-sufficient, planned community. Lake Havasu City is located on what is known as “Arizona’s West Coast.” Driving time is three hours west of Phoenix, 2-1/2 hours south of Las Vegas and four to five east of the Los Angeles region. As part of the northern and western limits of the Sonoran Desert, Lake Havasu City and the surrounding area feature outstanding biodiversity.

The area attracts 835,000 visitors annually with its historic London Bridge, pristine lake, friendly community, abundant sunshine and annual events, ideal weather and wide range of restaurants and lodging. More than 400 miles of stunning coastline offer exceptional watersports, including fishing, skiing, kayaking and house boating. Visitors can also explore the lake from the beautiful beaches, campsites and hiking trails.

Rated one of the top 100 best bass fishing lakes in America, Lake Havasu is ideal for catching large and small-mouth bass and striper fishing. The region is also host to extensive off-road trails and undeveloped stretches of river. For more information: GoLakeHavasu.com

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