Fishing & Boating News

Buff, Inc. To Attend the 2016 BoatUS Collegiate Bass Fishing Championship

Presented by Cabela's


(Apr 18, 2016 - San Antonio, TX) The Association of Collegiate Anglers and the Cabela's Collegiate Bass Fishing Series are proud to announce that Buff, Inc. will be attending the 2016 BoatUS Collegiate Bass Fishing Championship Presented by Cabela's during the week of May 23.
 
In the first year of their partnership, Buff, Inc. and the Cabela's Collegiate Series are excited for things to come in one of the biggest collegiate bass fishing events throughout the year.
 
"Being part of this tournament series has been an eye opener for us. The number of competitors is astounding. We've now attended two of three tournaments and we're excited to see some familiar faces as well as meet new anglers at the upcoming Championship. Our goal at these events is to promote comfort and sun protection while on the water so we hope you stop by and see how our products can help 'cover' that," said Casey Rolig, Sports Marketing Specialist at Buff, Inc.
 
The weeklong series of events preceding the 11th Annual Championship event will include four days of tournament practice, Yamaha Angler Appreciation Night, and the registration banquet. From the Yamaha Angler Appreciation Night through Day 1 of the BoatUS Collegiate Bass Fishing Championship Presented by Cabela's, anglers will be able to try on and purchase BUFF® Headwear onsite for 50% off.

 
Buff, Inc. is also offering a free UV BUFF® and a free pair of BUFF® gloves to a lucky winner through the #FitToBASS Instagram contest. In order for anglers to enter the contest, they simply must use the hashtag #FitToBASS on Instagram featuring a Buff® sticker or BUFF® product in use. Sam Carris was the lucky winner at the Cabela's Collegiate Big Bass Bash Presented by Berkley and took home a pair of Angler 3 Gloves and a UV BUFF®.

With more and more focus on sun protection as anglers spend up to twelve plus hours on the water during the summers, it is imperative to be cognizant of the sun's harmful rays.