As the National Professional Anglers Association grows and offers more services to its angler-members, relationships with companies outside the traditional fishing network will increase. Executive Director Pat Neu was proud of the recently announced affiliation with Mutual of Omaha.
Speaking for Mutual of Omaha, Ted Kaminski, financial representative said, “Our Company has a commitment to the outdoors, we have the financial products, and the NPAA is great fit.” The company will provide a wide array of financial services to NPAA members.
Neu was pleased to describe that all this is being directed through Kaminski, who has the knowledge and perspective of fishermen. He has spent nearly eight years as a FLW tournament co-angler, and has a second on Devils Lake and a seventh at the Championship on Leech Lake in 2010. He also fishes team tournaments with brother Dean. “I know the issues that pro anglers and fishermen in general run into tax-wise, and will be able to bridge the gap with programs that match their needs,” he said. “I also can advise them about insurances that they may not go out of their way to learn about.”
Kaminski is based in Bloomington, Minnesota and will showcase the financial services at the NPAA Annual Conference Jan. 6-8 in the Twin Cities. That conference is open to members and non-members for a nominal fee. Contact the NPAA website to register. To be clear about the most-often asked question Kaminski receives, he said, “Yes, new episodes of Mutual of Omaha’s Wild Kingdom are still airing on TV.” Ted can be reached at 952-888-2772 or on his business mobile phone at 612-599-8242.