LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (April 26, 2010)—The motto at FishingSponsors.com is “Getting all anglers hooked up.” Now this innovative new company is hooking up with the Future Fisherman Foundation (F3) to support angling education efforts around the country.
“When an angler becomes a member of FishingSponsors.com, we help them create a professional portfolio that increases their odds of getting positive feedback from potential sponsors,” said FishingSponsors.com owner Justin Eidem. “Now they’ll also have the satisfaction of knowing that a portion of their membership fee will be earmarked to support the Foundation’s youth fishing initiatives such as Hooked On Fishing Not On Drugs and Physh Ed. We feel that our network of avid anglers, fishing guides and business organizations will all be interested in learning more about, and supporting, the Future Fisherman Foundation. And we hope our support of F3’s efforts will encourage more young people to become lifelong anglers.”
“Mr. Eidem called me and said it was important to him that his company be directly involved in supporting fishing education for children,” said F3 executive director Keith Sutton. “The partnership we’ve developed will enable every member of FishingSponsors.com to be a part of that. We’re grateful for their contributions and hope other companies will follow the example set by Mr. Eidem and support our efforts to ensure the future of fishing.”
To join the FishingSponsors.com team, visit the company’s website at www.fishingsponsors.com or phone their Delano, Minnesota office at (763) 267-7144.
For more information on the Future Fisherman Foundation’s cause-related marketing program and to become a partner, please contact Executive Director Keith Sutton at (703) 402-3623 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Established in 1986, the Future Fisherman Foundation unites the sportfishing industry and a nationwide network of state outdoor educators, national conservation groups and youth organizations dedicated to introducing America’s youth to angling and the outdoors. These efforts help people of all ages have safe and enjoyable fishing experiences that foster conservation ethics.
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