The Port ‘A’ Sandcastle Guy
Port Aransas has some of the world’s best sand for building sandcastles and sculptures, and taking sandcastle lessons provides family fun and memories that last a lifetime! With a few minutes of instruction and some hands on direction, Mark Landrum can have you building towers, stairs, arches and rocky cliffs. Once you learn, you will be building sandcastles to wow beach visitors year after year.
You can take part in the fun with one on one lessons, group lessons and group events like parties and family reunions. The Port ‘A’ Sandcastle Guy also does logos in sand, team building events, fund raising, trade shows, weddings and special occasions. If you are looking for fun in the sand, the Port ‘A’ Sand Guy can help.
The FUN can start any day! In Port Aransas, the weather cooperates most every day of the year, and during the long days of the summer, you might even arrange some time in the evening between 6 and 8 p.m. Ah…the Texas Sunset and a Sand Castle…
Family Plan: For small groups of 1-8 people, a 1-hour lesson costs $60.
Large Group Plan (Excellent for family reunions and beach parties.): For groups of 1 to 20 people, a 2-hour lesson runs $120.
Team Building: For groups looking for a way to build a strong team spirit, for a 4 to 8-hour event, the Price Varies.
Mark Landrum-The Port ‘A’ Sandcastle Guy
The Port ‘A’ Sandcastle Guy got his start in sand Memorial Day Weekend 1999, in South Padre Island. It was a lesson from Sandy Feet that hooked him for life. The following weekend, several local Sand Artists in Corpus Christi gave him ideas and pointers to improve his castles. That October found the Port ‘A’ Sandcastle Guy teamed up with Bert Adams at Sand Castle Days, in South Padre Island, for the Texas State Championship. After entering SandFest in Port Aransas, in April 2000, he took home the solo amateur first place trophy.
Additionally, the Port ‘A’ Sandcastle Guy has participated in C-101 25th anniversary party, Downstown Fundraiser 2001 and 2002, Corpus Christi Hammerhead Cheerleader Calendar, and Sand in the City in Bowling Green, Kentucky; Ottumwa, Iowa; and Omaha, Nebraska. In 2009, he authored his first book: “You Too Can Build A Sandcastle”.