American Sportfishing Association elects board members

Author:
Publish date:

Four members of the American Sportfishing Association were elected to fill two at-large seats and two regional seats on the board of directors.

At-large seats went to Charlie Davis, the fishing category director at Plano Synergy, and Bob Hunter, vice president of merchandising at Big Rock Sports.

Regional seats went to Dan Ferris, owner of MidWest Outdoors, for the Great Lakes region, and Mike Jackson, president of Wright and McGill Co., in the north plains and intermountain region.

Davis, Hunter and Jackson are new board members; Ferris was re-elected. Their three-year terms begin Oct. 1.

Read more about the appointments here.

Related

KVH Introduces TracPhone LTE-1

The new communications system provides connectivity up to 20 miles offshore in more than 150 countries.

Supreme Builds First Boat in New Facility

The towboat builder moved to the new 160,000-sqare-foot plant in Georgia earlier this year and plans to produce two boats a day.

Continued Growth at Vetus

The manufacturer had its best sales month in its 57-year history and promoted longtime employee Ray Browning to U.K. branch manager.

Suzuki Powers Forest River’s New Nepallo Pontoon Boats

The new Nepallo line of pontoon boats with Suzuki engines will be sold at select Camping World and Gander RV & Outdoors stores.

West Marine CEO to Keynote Annual MRA Event

With a “Climate for Change” theme, the Marine Recreation Association’s Educational Conference and Trade Show is set for Oct. 11-13.

Skeeter Owner’s Tourney Held on Lake Fork

A field of 2,000 anglers in 1,000 boats saw a nearly 10-pound bass capture first place in the annual Skeeter owner’s tournament.

Email Remains a Vital Marketing Tool for Dealers

A content marketing staple, emails can consistently deliver valuable and relevant information, if done correctly.