Tickets are being distributed to each district for our national fundraiser. Top prize at the moment is a Power-Pole 8' Blade series anchor. We have 17 Denali rods ranging from $99 to $389 value. Added after the tickets were printed is a cabin rental at Guntersville that Donnie has secured. WE NEED EVERYONE TO HELP SELL TICKETS FOR THIS TO BE A SUCCESS!
Tickets are $5 each. A portion of the proceeds will boost the escrow payout for both the adult and junior this year at Neely Henry. The remainder of the proceeds will be used to benefit all districts as soon as the board and the district directors make those decisions. Of course we have to succeed at this to have proceeds. So we need everyone to buy a ticket or two and everyone to sell several. Anyone out there that you know with a boat who doesn't have a Power-Pole needs to win this one. And of course we could all use a new rod or two.
PLEASE GET BEHIND THIS GUYS!! This is for all of NBT and not just one district. District directors keep track of who has tickets and how many. Lost tickets are lost proceeds! You can keep your stubs until nationals and bring there or send the stubs to me. As you collect money send that to Joel as needed.
We will draw for the prizes at the safety meal on Tuesday night of the Nationals.
Every NBT member has to get behind this for it to be a success!
2013 NBT NATIONALS
Neely-Henry Lake Gadsden, AL June 22-27, 2014
Ramp: Coosa Landing. 200 Lake Street Gadsden, AL
Host Hotel: Hampton Inn. 256-546-2337. 129 River Rd. Gadsden, AL
Sponsor: Gadsden Parks and Recreation. PO Box 267 Gadsden, AL
The National Bass Fishing Trail is happy to announce two new sponsors. Denali Rods and Power Pole. Please visit Denali Rods at http://www.denalirods.com and Power-Pole at http://www.power-pole.com and let them know you fish with NBT.
Current Members receive free membership for a new member in 2015 for bringing a new member to NBT in 2014. The New Member must qualify and fish a District Championship.
Ben McNatt and Denver Satterlee with their hauls from Lake Guntersville, Feb. 2014