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Stateamind-Iguana Summer 2018

Stateamind and Iguana are teaming up with Kirby’s School of Wake to bring you clinics and lessons all summer long at the Lake of the Ozarks. Stay tuned to learn how you can meet Kirby and sign up.

Stateamind and Iguana have some big announcements in store for you this summer. We’re not going to divulge much now but we’ve made a nice little teaser video to whet your appetite.

Be sure to sign up for our email list to be the first to hear more! SIGN UP HERE


Stateamind Pro-shop Water Sports Gear Donation Sale

Save Huge on Holiday Gifts, by giving to others

Save Huge on Holiday Gifts, by giving to others


Bring a donation for TOYS FOR TOTS or food donations for TEAM FOOD PANTRY and you will automatically receive 20% – 50% select items in our Stateamind Pro shop.


We have a Huge amount of New gear in-stock and ready for the holiday season.


Remember bring a gift and SAVE HUGE  – Sale ends Dec 22


Boat Show is almost here.

SP32-20160217-122159Yes that is right the boat show is almost here and Summer is Just around the corner.  Stop by the Stateamind Booth and see whats New for 2016.  Call Stateamind for more information.  314-731-3795,  For direction and Show times Click Here.  See you at the Show.

The Stateamind AquaFOX is the latest addition to our news gathering fleet. It is a platform designed to cover news related directly to the health and welfare of our area’s natural resources like rivers, lakes and streams. The Mississippi, Missouri and Illinois rivers serve as vital corridors for billions of dollars in commerce. Smaller rivers like the Meramec, Kaskaskia and Cuivre rivers along with dozens of smaller lakes serve as recreation hotspots. All of them are vital to the economic and ecological welfare of our region.

Stateamind AquaFOX gives FOX 2 the unmatched flexibility to cover river and lake news where and when it matters the most.

“Stateamind is proud work with Fox 2 News to bring you the most accurate fast breaking news from our local waterways”


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