The Texas Team Trail presented by Cabela’s continues to build on an impressive sponsor list with the recent addition of Arctic Ice, LLC. With products designed specifically for anglers and outdoorsmen, Arctic Ice has quickly established itself as a leading manufacturer of long-term, reusable refrigeration products.
“We’re excited to have Arctic Ice on board for the 2013 season,” said Mike Hastings, tournament director. “They build an awesome product that will resonate with so many of our Texas Team Trail anglers. We appreciate their support and look forward to growing the relationship for years to come.”
Headquartered in Brookings, S. D., Arctic Ice offers a technologically advanced solution for keeping things cold while on the go. Utilizing innovations in phase change materials, Arctic Ice offers products with two distinct freezing points in a multitude of sizes to fit the needs of families everywhere. The environmentally friendly, re-usable cold packs are available in an Alaskan Series model, designed to provide prolonged refrigeration without freezing, as well as a Tundra Series model, designed to provide extended freezing temperatures for frozen goods.
“Partnering with the Texas Team Trail is a great opportunity for us,” said Arctic Ice President Jennifer Bender. “It’s a perfect fit for our products and we’re excited about the 2013 season. We can’t wait to interact with the anglers and show our support.”
The tournament circuit, designed exclusively for team competition, recently kicked off the 2013 season on Sam Rayburn Lake. The schedule includes four qualifying events, plus a year-end championship, taking place on legendary Falcon Lake, October 12-13. Registration for the upcoming Ray Roberts event is already underway. Anglers can secure an opportunity to win a free Minn Kota Talon shallow water anchor by registering before Thursday, April 4.
Anglers with questions or anyone interested in more details on the event are encouraged to visit www.texasteamtrail.com or call 210-788-4143.
2013 Scheduled Events
March 2 – Sam Rayburn Lake
April 6 – Ray Roberts Lake
May 4 – Belton Lake
June 1 – Cedar Creek Lake
Championship October 12-13 – Falcon Lake
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