T-H Marine seeks members for awards program

T-H Marine Supplies said it is soliciting participants for the Atlas Awards program for the 2016 tournament fishing season.
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T-H Marine Supplies said it is soliciting participants for the Atlas Awards program for the 2016 tournament fishing season.

The Alabama-based company said anglers can get paid to do what they love by becoming a member of the program and using T-H Marine products.

After signing up, members can expect to receive two Atlas Awards custom decals, one T-H Marine custom decal and information needed to outline their eligibility for $850 in contingency payouts at each sanctioned event.

"We are thrilled to be approaching the 2016 tournament fishing season and opening up the availability for the next group of Atlas Awards members," T-H Marine president and CEO Jeff Huntley said in a statement. "The Atlas Awards program provides a great way to reward our customers for being valuable representatives of our brand."

Click here for information and a membership form.

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