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ASA Names New Board Members


The American Sportfishing Association announced four appointments to its board, each for three-year terms.

Elected to at-large board seats were Ken Eubanks, CEO of Rather Outdoors, and Daniel Nussbaum, president of Z-Man Fishing Products. Two regional board seats were filled by Todd Hammill, CEO of Wired2Fish (northern plains and intermountain region), and Mike Powell, general manager of Mason Tackle (Great Lakes).

Their terms begin Oct. 1.

“They are dynamic leaders, industry veterans and steadfast advocates for our industry and our association,” ASA president Glenn Hughes said in a statement yesterday.

Bruce Stanton, vice president and general manager of Pradco Fishing, returned to the ASA board, replacing Larry Roberts.



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