Engel Coolers Extends Support of Collegiate Bass Fishing Series for the 2022 Season | Sports Destination Management

Engel Coolers Extends Support of Collegiate Bass Fishing Series for the 2022 Season

May 09, 2022

The Association of Collegiate Anglers and Engel Coolers have announced the continuation of their long partnership for the 2022 season. As a sponsor of the Collegiate Bass Fishing Series, Engel Coolers products will be featured in prize payouts at events throughout the year, support collegiate anglers nationally at each of the Collegiate Bass Fishing Series events, as well as continuing promotion of the Engel Coolers discount program.

“The team here at Engel Coolers is delighted to continue our partnership with the Bass Pro Shops Collegiate Bass Fishing Series. This Series remains the premier assemblage of collegiate angling talent, and we’re honored by the opportunity to engage with these young ambassadors of our sport,” said Mike Dixon, Vice President of Engel Coolers.

Engel Coolers will continue its esteemed discount program for the 2022 season. This discount program will provide anglers a 35% discount on their purchase of Engel products. 

Engel offers an array of products designed for collegiate anglers. From hard-sided coolers for long days on the water, to easy to carry backpack coolers for outdoor expeditions, and a variety of tumblers ideal for Saturday afternoon tailgates, Engel Coolers has you covered for any and all adventures.

Anglers are encouraged to take advantage of the many sponsor and incentive programs from a wide range of distinguished Collegiate Bass Fishing Series sponsors, and the ACA. To receive your discount, please visit our Discounts & Incentives page.

“Whether I’m in the woods, out on the lake, or cruising the coast hoping to fill the cooler with Speckled Trout and Redfish, Engel Coolers are up for the task of keeping things cold. We have put these items through tons of challenging conditions, and time and time again Engel products perform flawlessly,” noted Wade Middleton, Director of the ACA and President of CarecoTV.

More information is available here.

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