NPAA News for Immediate Release – February 25, 2016
Toyota Bonus Bucks Now Available to Walleye Anglers
Forestville, WI — Recognizing the viability of the walleye tournament angling market, and the loyalty of NPAA members, Toyota, one of fishing’s greatest supporters, is expanding their “Bonus Bucks” program to include NWT, AIM and MWC tournaments.
Luke Stoner, a member of the management team for the “Bonus Bucks” program says the decision to partner with National Professional Anglers Association is strategically logical based on the benefits of “Bonus Bucks” for walleye tournament anglers, and the ability of the NPAA to communicate the proven contingency program’s message to those serious-minded anglers.
“Bonus Bucks” makes participation easy. Own or lease a 2012 or newer Toyota Tundra, Sequoia, FJ Cruiser or 4Runner, then visit http://www.toyotatrucksbonusbucks.com or call Kristie at (918) 742-6424 to make sure you’re signed up. It’s free to participate, and you don’t have to win your qualified “Bonus Bucks” walleye tournament to get the bonus cash, you simply have to be the highest finishing eligible Bonus Bucks participant in your tournament.
As the only national tow-vehicle program that pays you to fish, Pat Neu, NPAA Executive Director said, “The NPAA is very proud that Toyota – one of America’s greatest supporting brands of fishing recognizes walleye anglers as a very valuable segment of their audience and the NPAA as a tremendous voice to speak to that audience.”
About the National Professional Anglers Association
The National Professional Anglers Association (NPAA) is a non-profit, member-based association dedicated to sportfishing. Its membership is composed of professional guides, tournament anglers, angler educators and sportfishing/marine industry professionals who are passionate about the sport. Many NPAA member anglers have taken their passion for sportfishing to a level where passion has evolved into a profession.
The NPAA’s mission is: “To increase the professionalism of our members as we work to grow and protect sportfishing.”
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