Seakeeper offers fishing tournament promotion

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With the purchase of its advanced Gyro Stabilization System, Seakeeper will pay the entry fee to the Mid-Atlantic $500,000 billfish tournament, which will be held Aug. 21-26.

Seakeeper is offering to pay the tournament's base $6,000 entry fee for anyone who purchases a Seakeeper gyro by Aug. 26. The 20th annual “Mother of All Marlin Tournaments” will be hosted by the Canyon Club Resort Marina in Cape May, N.J., and the Sunset Marina in Ocean City, Md.

At both venues, anglers will have the opportunity to experience the steadying effects of Seakeeper gyros. In Cape May, a Dean Johnson 57 entered in the tournament will be available for demonstration when not fishing.

As a bonus, Seakeeper is giving a $25 gift card to Lucky Bones restaurant to all who sea-trial the Dean Johnson. In Ocean City, Seakeeper's 43-foot Viking Sportfish will be available for demo rides.

For information, call (410) 326-1590 or e-mail sales@seakeeper.com.

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