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T-H Marine Supplies signs deal with fishing show

T-H Marine Supplies said it will partner with Mark Zona and “Zona’s Awesome Fishing Show” this year.

T-H Marine Supplies said it will partner with Mark Zona and “Zona’s Awesome Fishing Show” this year.

“We are super-happy for this new relationship with Mark Zona and the ‘Zona’s Awesome Fishing Show’,” T-H Marine CEO Jeff Huntley said in a statement.

“Zona is undoubtedly one of the most dynamic personalities in fishing, and he just makes fishing fun to watch. The name of the show is spot-on because it really is “awesome” and it is very popular, with super airing times on the Outdoor Channel. We know our many customers and fans are watching Zona’s show, so we are glad to help bring the fun to them every week.”

"I have used T-H Marine accessories on my boats for over two decades. The whole staff at T-H marine fish, and I know that when my boat hits the water, it's ready! To be a part of this company is a true honor,” said Zona, the host of “Zona's Awesome Fishing Show,” “Bassmasters” and “The Bass Pros.”

“We are excited to partner with Mark and ‘Zona’s Awesome Fishing Show’,” said Jimmy Mason, marketing director at T-H Marine. “His boat will be rigged with our Atlas Hydraulic Jackplate, Hydrowave H2, KVD Kong Electronics mounts and GForce Trolling motor accessories, plus a number of other T-H Marine accessories. Many of his shows are filmed on big-water lakes in extreme conditions, and this will help showcase our products while they are being put to the test.”

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