Skeeter offers incentives for BASS Federation members

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Skeeter launched a new retail program for 2009 called the Skeeter/Yamaha BASS Federation Nation Program, exclusively for Federation Nation members.

"The BASS Federation Nation is the heart and soul of our great sport of bass fishing," said Jeff Stone, senior vice president/general manager of Skeeter, in a statement. "The Federation Nation provides a solid foundation that will support both the competitive and recreational aspects of the sport well into the future.

"The Skeeter/Yamaha BASS Federation Nation Program provides cash-back rebates for in-stock and ordered Skeeter/Yamaha packages until March 2, 2010, extends Skeeter's 'Real Money' tournament incentive program by offering up to $3,000 for a sanctioned tournament win and adds a two-year, Yamaha Extended Service contract on qualified Skeeter/Yamaha boat packages.

Click here for information about the Skeeter/Yamaha BASS Federation Nation program.

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