The Lady Bass Anglers Association (LBAA) is pleased to announce the addition of Cassie Hall to the LBAA staff. Hall fills the position of LBAA Sponsor Liaison of the Lady Bass Anglers Association (LBAA) effective immediately.
Hall, a resident of Alabaster, Alabama brings her years of expertise that covered many areas, including Service Coordinator at Springer Equipment Company to the LBAA staff. Hall also worked for a period at the Pelham Police Department where she continued to refine her excellent leadership and people skills.
She has led groups, been involved in several leadership positions, and has been involved in several aspects of sponsorship including drafting of sponsorship proposals, sponsor liaison, and maintaining effective sponsorship contact.
She has fished ever since a few months old when her father took her (although he says she slept most of the time). She has continued fishing over the years and speaks of many memorable trips on Alabama’s Cahaba River with her brother and her grandfather.
Hall will be responsible for all sponsor relationships within the LBAA including finding, signing, and maintaining new sponsors, negotiating, maintaining, and enhancing existing LBAA sponsorships. She will also be the liaison between the LBAA, its anglers, and its sponsors.
“We are very excited to have Cassie come on board and bring her knowledge of working with sponsorships. She is a positive addition that will help provide our sponsors with greater exposure in our current and future events,” commented LBAA Co-founder Cheryl Bowden.
When asked recently if she was excited about becoming the latest LBAA staff member, she did not hesitate one iota, “Yes, yes, and yes,” she replied with an enthusiasm that those within the LBAA have come to know and love from Hall. “I am very excited about being a part of the LBAA. They are a great group of people and I am looking forward to lending my expertise to help the LBAA grow.”
The Lady Bass Anglers Association is a professional women’s fishing organization created by women who fish, for women who fish. They administer a full tournament schedule, create awareness of the sport and industry, and have an active on-going program to introduce more women and young anglers into the sport. The LBAA headquarters is in Grand River, Kentucky.
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