Tournament-winning lures to support Future Fisherman Foundation
FORT SMITH, ARKANSAS– Just in time for Christmas, Lurenet.com is offering a three-pack of popular tournament-winning lures for less than half price. And to make this offer even sweeter, you have the satisfaction of knowing that $1 from every sale goes to support Future Fisherman Foundation youth angling programs like Hooked On Fishing Not On Drugs and Physh Ed.
Lures featured in this package are among the hottest in the country right now: the Bone/Chartreuse-colored XCalibur Zell Pop Chad Griffin used to win the 2009 Bass Elite event on Lake Oneida; the ½-ounce Booyah A-Jig in Ozark Craw color Alton Jones used to win the 2008 Bassmaster Classic on Lake Hartwell; and the Bomber 4A crankbait in Foxy Shad Terry Butcher used to win the 2008 Bassmaster Open Southern Division on Lake Texoma.
Buyers get all three of these dynamite lures for just $9.99 plus shipping. The Zell Pop alone has a retail price of more than $10. In fact, if the lures were purchased separately, the cost would be almost $20.
“We believe in the Future Fisherman Foundation and its programs, and felt that as a major company, we should help ensure our youth are exposed to the positives of fishing,” said Lawrence Taylor, public relations manager for PRADCO Outdoor Brands Fishing. “We wanted to put together a great package of lures people are buying anyway and give them an offer they couldn’t refuse. I think we did that with this three-pack.”
“Since its inception in 1986, the Future Fisherman Foundation has provided fishing education programs for more than 1 million children nationwide,” said F3 executive director Keith Sutton. “This wouldn’t be possible, however, without the generous support of companies like Lurenet.com and the customers who buy their products. The three-pack of tournament-winning lures PRADCO developed is a win-win deal for everyone. The consumer gets a great deal on some great bass lures, plus the satisfaction of knowing their purchase supports programs that lead to a life-long love of fishing in our children. We’re proud to have Lurenet.com and PRADCO as partners.”
For more information or to order a Tournament-Winning 3-Pack, go to www.lurenet.com and click on “The Angler’s Christmas Wish List.”
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.
Keith Sutton, Executive Director, (703) 402-3623 or email@example.com.