San Antonio, Texas (February 27, 2017) – The Association of Collegiate Anglers has announced that Engel Coolers has partnered with the Cabela’s Collegiate Bass Fishing Series for the 2017 season. As a new sponsor of the Series, Engel Coolers will support collegiate anglers nationally and internationally at each of the Cabela’s Collegiate Bass Fishing Series events.
“Engel is honored to be able to participate in the Collegiate Bass Series for 2017. Following on the heels of a tremendously successful 2016, the opportunity to promote our brand, products, and message of resource stewardship to this incredibly talented group of young anglers is very exciting,” said Mike Dixon, Vice President at Engel USA. “Engel is focused on providing products that ensure these hard-working competitors are able to put their focus on tactics and strategy…not on wondering if they’ll need to pick up more ice on the way to/from the ramp. With a full offering of insulated products, we know we have the perfect choice for any need. Best of luck to everyone competing – we’ll see you on the water!”
Engel Coolers has designed a line of heavy duty coolers that are built for more than just keeping things cold. Rugged, Durable, High Performance Marine Coolers and AC/DC Overland Fridge Freezers are just some of the products that we have become known for. If your outdoor adventure or recreation require a heavy duty cooler solution, look no further. When the heat cranks up, Engel is here to cool things down. Adventurers, fisherman, hunters, and campers the world over rely on Engel high performance, heavy duty coolers.
According to Wade Middleton, Director for the Association of Collegiate Anglers and President of CarecoTV, “I’ve used Engel Coolers in the field, and on the water. Basically anywhere I needed a cooler to keep things cool and it’s never failed me. It’s exciting to add the lineup of Engel Cooler products to our collegiate team while featuring them on site and in all media assets associated with the Cabela’s Collegiate Bass Fishing Series.”
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