New Braunfels Tubing Outfitter Offers Solution To Long Lines At Checkin

Centex Tubes offers online only bookings for Comal River Tubing. The favorite river tubing outfitter eliminates long check-in line problem, faced by many river outfitters.

New Braunfels TX - May 16, 2018 —

Centex Tubes and CEO, Kris Bolstad are pleased to announce that the New Braunfels tubing firm was voted as the most favored river tubing outfitter. The operating methods of the firm resolve the problem of long check-in lines which many river outfitters face. Centex Tubes offers online-only bookings for Comal River tubing runs. The online booking means that the company offers rates which are cheaper than any other outfitters. The online booking process is simple and can be done using a mobile device.

Kris Bolstad explains, “You can even have someone in your vehicle book for the whole group on the way to the location. It is like call ahead seating or placing a reservation for river tubing. By eliminating the long lines at the launch site, you can get to the water more quickly and begin having fun faster. This action will change how you view tubing forever.”

The CentexTubes staff has proudly been providing New Braunfels residents as well as visitors from all around the world, with an incredible tubing experience for years and is committed to ensuring that the customers have a great time and enjoy the cool pristine waters of the Comal River. The Comal River offers a spring-fed, relaxing ride in a personal tube. There are no obstacles such as boulders, or low-water stretches which require carrying the tube.

The river features perfect 72-degree water with plenty of wide, easy and slow stretches, all year long. CentexTubes does its best to ensure that customers enjoy a constant, comfortable and refreshing experience while tubing on the Comal River. The float time is approximately two to three hours. According to the Guinness Book of World Records, the Comal River is the shortest river in the world, measuring a mere 2.5 miles from Comal Springs to where the water pours into the Guadalupe River tubing area.

Contact Info:
Name: Kristopher Bolstad
Organization: Centex Tubes
Address: 1914 Stonewall, New Braunfels TX 78130
Phone: ( 830) 743-9882

For more information, please visit http://centextubes.com/

Release ID: 346434

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