Power-Pole Partners with the American Bass Anglers
Athens, AL – American Bass Anglers, Inc (ABA) announced today that Power-Pole has renewed a multi-year partnership as the exclusive shallow water anchor sponsor of ABA and will be showcased at all ABA event including all Championships. Power Pole is the number one shallow anchor system with a verity of models for boats sizes from flat bottoms, to 21ft bass rigs, to pontoons and bay boats.
“We are proud to continue our relationship with Power Pole as the exclusive shallow water anchor sponsor of the organization. Coupled with their desire to support the weekend angler Power Pole will be adding a rebate program for all ABA anglers who purchase their product. To support the weekend angler even more Power Pole is offering a contingency program for anglers who win one of their designated events”, said Morris Sheehan.
“ABA has been a great partner over the years, and we are proud to continue this partnership with the ABA. Our relationship with ABA has allowed us to showcase our products to all levels of anglers and bass fishing fans across the country. We are excited to continue this partnership and look forward to what the future has to hold,” said Kurt Hill.
JL Marine Systems, Inc. is the developer and manufacturer of the original Power-Pole® shallow water anchor – the industry’s leading shallow water anchoring system for small skiffs, bass boats, flats boats, bay boats and more. Since their introduction in 2000, Power-Pole anchors have been celebrated among professional and everyday anglers.
JL Marine Systems offers four Power-Pole anchor models, in addition to spikes, anchor accessories, apparel and gear. With a relentless focus on customer service, JL Marine Systems is revolutionizing the industry with the development of technology solutions that are changing the fishing experience at the push of a button. Proudly made in the USA at the JL Marine Systems headquarters in Tampa, Fla., Power-Pole products are available via over 3,500 dealers, retailers and boat manufacturers worldwide.
About the American Bass Anglers - American Bass Anglers is committed to providing low cost, close to home tournaments for the weekend angler while offering an upward path for individual angler progression. For more information about American Bass Anglers and all their bass tournament trails visit www.americanbassanglers.com.
American Bass Anglers is sponsored by: Bass Pro Shops, Triton Boats, Nitro Boats, Tracker Boats, Mercury Marine, MotorGuide, GEICO, Garmin, T-H Marine, Abu Garcia, Berkley, Engel Coolers, Maui Jim and Power-Pole
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