B&W Trailer Hitches sponsors B.A.S.S. tournament trail

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B&W Trailer Hitches said it has become a grassroots sponsor of the TNT Fireworks B.A.S.S. Nation Series and Bassmaster Team Championship. B.A.S.S. Nation includes five regional championships, a national championship and the Bassmaster Team Championship.

“It is an honor to have B&W Trailer Hitches partnering with the B.A.S.S. Nation as we expand this tournament series and the opportunities it offers for both weekend anglers and those anglers who aspire to one day fish professionally,” B.A.S.S. CEO Bruce Akin said in a statement.

B&W said the sponsorship provides an opportunity to reach anglers across all competitive levels. “Like the anglers in the B.A.S.S. Nation, B&W is a group of folks who are passionate about what they do, and it shows in the results they get,” said B&W marketing director Beth Marlow. “So many B&W employees are avid fishermen who live for weekends and a chance to get out on the water.”

Additional B.A.S.S. sponsors include national title sponsor TNT Fireworks; the B.A.S.S. National Platinum Sponsor, Toyota; premier sponsors Abu Garcia, Berkley, Humminbird, Mercury, Minn Kota, Nitro Boats, Power-Pole, Skeeter Boats, Talon, Triton Boats, Yamaha; and supporting sponsors Carhartt, Garmin, HUK Performance Fishing, Mossy Oak Fishing, Nationwide and Rapala.

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