The Water Sports Industry Association has been busy saving waterways from watersports prohibition for more than 12 years, but in recent years the successes have mounted to millions of dollars in saved commerce. This short video shows how saving just one lake in Wisconsin equated to nearly $21 million in saved watersports commerce and it begs the question, what if the efforts to outlaw watersports gained traction and more communities and even states began to ban watersports on public waterways. The WSIA (Water Sports Industry Association) developed this short video to show the value of lost waterways to the watersports economy. The challenge started with Lake Beulah, Wisconsin when an angry Home Owners Association attempted to have wakeboarding and wake surfing banned from the 100+ acre lake. The WSIA fought and won this challenge with the help of Wisconsin Boating Law Administrator, Roy Zellmer. This short video examines the potential lost commerce from such a ban on Lake Beulah and extrapolates the results to other lakes in Wisconsin, Indiana, Virginia, Pennsylvania and the U.S. showing the huge economic impact should watersports bans gain popularity.