ASA Elects 2022 Board Members

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Dave Pfeiffer

Dave Pfeiffer

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

Casey Shedd

Casey Shedd

Receiving at-large seats were Dave Pfeiffer, president of Shimano North America Fishing, who was re-elected to a second term; and Casey Shedd, president of AFTCO, who was elected to a first term on the board.

Larry Roberts

Larry Roberts

Regional seats went to Patrick Gill, CEO of TackleDirect, who was re-elected to a second term on the board representing the Northeast; and Larry Roberts, senior vice president and general merchandise manager of the outdoor division with Academy Sports + Outdoors, who was elected to a first term representing the south-central region.

Patrick Gill

Patrick Gill

“I congratulate Dave Pfeiffer and Patrick Gill on their re-elections, and welcome Casey Shedd and Larry Roberts to their first terms on the board of directors,” ASA president Glenn Hughes said in a statement. “They are dynamic leaders, industry veterans and steadfast advocates for sport fishing.”

Their three-year terms begin Oct. 1.


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