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T-H Marine Supplies signs deal with pro angler

T-H Marine Supplies said it will partner with Bassmaster Elite Series and Major League Fishing angler Kevin Van Dam for 2017.
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T-H Marine Supplies said it will partner with Bassmaster Elite Series and Major League Fishing angler Kevin Van Dam for 2017.

“Working with KVD is amazing. Not only is he known as one of the most dominant bass fishermen of all time, he is also one of the greatest promoters of product in history,” T-H Marine CEO Jeff Huntley said in a statement.

“He could pick any product in any category to have on his boat, but he used our products many years before we ever sponsored him in any way, even before we could even dream of deserving space on his jersey. Kevin believes in what we are doing to make boating and fishing better with great products. He works really hard for things he believes in and we are so glad he is on our pro staff.”

“I have worked with T-H Marine over the last few years on a number of individual signature products, such as the KVD Kong, Two-Way Alarm and Hydrowave,” Van Dam said.

“In addition, I have had my Nitro rigged with an Atlas Hydraulic jackplate and Hot Foot foot throttle for years. I am very excited to partner with T-H Marine to promote the full line of products. We already have a number of new products in the works to make me, and every other angler, more efficient on the water.”

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