SPRO is proud to announce it has become involved with the BoatUS Collegiate Bass Fishing Championship Series. This is a great step to insure that the future of fishing will be around for years to come.
"SPRO is excited to become a sponsor of the BoatUS Collegiate Bass Fishing Championship Series," said Syd Rives, National Sales Manager. "We've sponsored several collegiate teams in the past and welcome this opportunity to become a sponsoring partner. I can remember fishing in my spare time, after finishing my studies, while attending college. At that time it was only a dream to have a program like this. With the BoatUS Collegiate Bass Fishing Championship Series gaining popularity across the country it will be easier for students who have a passion for fishing and the outdoors to come together and participate in the sport of bass fishing at the collegiate level".
Covering the water column from top to bottom with a variety of lure options, SPRO has what it takes to help these collegiate anglers be successful. Splitting time between studies and fishing, SPRO lures will provide all collegiate anglers the competitive edge they need to put bass in their livewells.
"I'm excited to see that SPRO, who is one of my main sponsors, has decided to support the BoatUS Collegiate Bass Fishing Championship Series," said professional angler, Mike McClelland. "After having the opportunity to be involved in the BoatUS Collegiate Bass Fishing Championship Series over the past two years, there's no doubt in my mind that the next generation of professional anglers to will come from the collegiate ranks."
For more information about the full SPRO lineup of products please contact Media Coordinator Scott M. Petersen at email@example.com or log onto www.spro.com .
The BoatUS Collegiate Bass Fishing Championship television series will once again be nationally televised with 18 half hours of coverage on the Versus network beginning in August of 2011. Additional coverage of the BoatUS Collegiate Series can be seen on-line via streaming video as well on the World Fishing Network as part of the expanded coverage of this series of events.