The Crawl of the South Part II

Over three thousand excited bar hoppers came out in waves to the Crawl of the South Part II charity pub crawl held on May 30th, hosted by Stafford Promotions and the Savannah Waterfront Association to benefit the Urban Garden Alliance.  Registration began at 2pm in Ellis Square with the Jackfire after party taking kicking off on River Street at 3pm hosted DJ Brad Sellers. The team from Nash Radio group played away the day with tunes that kept the teams moving as they pressed on to hit at least 10 bars in order to turn in their ticket to complete the tour.  Philip Robertson, the official record keeper for the Guiness Book of World Records, was on hand all day at the event to make sure that all the rules were followed and the cards were counted but unfortunately, the record is still held by Kansas City, MO. There is always the Crawl of the South Part III to look forward to in 2016, see you there!